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    Quote Originally Posted by NYC drain guy View Post
    I'm still using windows 7. When its time to upgrade I'll prob go with Mac.
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    I have an HP lap top that I bought about 2.5 years ago. Its the best computer I've ever owned and their tech support is superb. I had one problem with the machine when I first bought it and ever since they fixed it, its been a smooth ride.
    When you upgrade you won't be saying that about the HP Laptop anymore...
    You'll say it was a 1/2 decent computer and you had a problem with it, that their decent tech support was able to fix...

    Instead you'll be saying the Mac was the best computer you ever owned and you've never needed tech support...
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    What don't you like about 8, AT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colgar View Post
    What don't you like about 8, AT?


    The new tablet oriented interface.

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    Never had any real problems with Windows or Mac.

    Now they all will constantly f@#k with the system and try to convince people they need it or make it obsolete without real merit.

    Whether it be Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redwood View Post
    When you upgrade you won't be saying that about the HP Laptop anymore...
    You'll say it was a 1/2 decent computer and you had a problem with it, that their decent tech support was able to fix...

    Instead you'll be saying the Mac was the best computer you ever owned and you've never needed tech support...
    I think your right. Love my iPhone 5, had a 4 before this one. I use my ipad mini for work on a daily basis, and I'm posting this from it now. My fiancée has a Mac book and my buddy just purchased a Mac book air and an iMac for his sewer business. So far I like what I've seen. The only thing that may stop me from switching is if Ridgid continues not to make HQ for Mac.

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    Do you use the mini for email invoicing? If so what app are you using ? Cant find an invoicing app i like and want to purchase.

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    I use the mini for a customer data base and credit cards (I use the phone as well). For invoicing I use quick books online. It's simple to use and does everything I need it to.

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