- Posted January 22, 2009 by
Des Moines, Iowa
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Show us your vintage Macs
Once you go Mac...
I started on Macs when they first came out. In fact, I've never owned a PC. I've been forced to work on them for different jobs, but every computer I've ever had in my house has had an Apple on it.
I fail to understand the logic of die-hard PC users. Unless they are running some secret program, doing some special task that I don't know about, the Mac just makes more sense.
My oldest running computer, my iMac G4, has been running, connected to the internet for almost 7 years. I've never purchased or run an anti-virus program, and I've never had a single moment of down-time. It runs like a champ. Since then, I've upgraded. Now I have a beautiful email and web browser, DVD player, and 17" digital picture frame in my living room instead of a TV. The "no TV" thing was my wife's idea, and I was reluctant at first. She was right, by the way. It's a great change.
I shot, downloaded, edited, and uploaded this iReport in less than 45 minutes. Anyone doing that on a PC?