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I know people who have stayed with PC and are happy, I know people who have gone to Mac and are happy, and I know people who have left PC, gone Mac, and are now returning to PC...

I'm staying with PC for one word: TabletPC.

And I know I'm going to be in serious trouble if Mac comes out with one...

I am amazed at the range and depth of impressions that Mac has made on everyone here.

Dawyd -- I am headed in this direction as soon as I find a moment to regroup and take my machine to the store. Apple provides a free transfer for PC users. A nice incentive for me.

Katie -- my gut told me to stay away from Vista. Of course, I had heard reports... the look and feel is just uninspiring and although Microsoft rules the world, I have the feeling that I want to control my little piece of it.

Hi Valeria, I just wanted to chime in to tell you not to buy a computer with Vista.

I just bought a new Toshiba laptop 3 months ago, and Vista is driving me insane. It has bugs, it takes up too much computer memory, and it doesn't give me anything new beyond Windows XP. Yes, there will be service packs coming out, but I doubt they will solve all the problems.

My last four computers have all been Windows-based. Every single one has had significant hardware problems (with the exception of the new one so far.) Getting them fixed has always been a traumatic experience. Sometimes it can takes weeks.

Macs don't break as much, and when they do break, it's easier to get support. Plus, Macs are designed to be easier to use than PCs, and you don't have to deal with Windows as much.

In the future, I will buy a Mac. I don't want to deal with the headaches of PCs anymore.

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