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Skinz
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6th Jul 05 at 18:23   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

get PC version from here, is quite cool

http://www.mobydock.com
Aaron
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i like it

[Edited on 06-07-2005 by fastevoboy]
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yes works well, you can tweak it about a fair bit
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i swear by apple macs, often say shit standing next to it.

apple macs, in my opinion, far easier to use than pc's. bought a mac and id never get a pc again now
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did you know the new generations of macs will use pentium processors
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ttt for the negros
andy hirst
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quote:
Originally posted by muppetsport
i swear by apple macs, often say shit standing next to it.

apple macs, in my opinion, far easier to use than pc's. bought a mac and id never get a pc again now


Amem, once you go MAC you never go back. Just been modding mine, to make it run quieter and cooler. It 4 years old and runs sooo sweet, they last a lot longer than pc's which are out of date within 6 months, they are more powerful, they are stable (mine has NEVER crashed) and what ever you plug just works simple as.
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the only reason they last longer is because they are rarely upgraded, PC's are being developed all the time, hence why the mac will never win the speed and power race with a PC.

Gaming and programming etc are best done on a PC, graphic design and music manipulation on a mac
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Macs may not have the fastest clock speed but are more powerful. for instance:

Mine: Powermac G4 867mHz
Dads: AMD Althlon XP 2.0gHz

My mac slaps the pc in the face from running word, to video rendering.

The mac OS is basically UNIX with a cool front end, hence the stablity and power advantage over windows.

Personally:
Gaming: PS2
Programming: Linux/Unix box
Everything else: Mac

I have built Pc's for about 10 years, still do and can honestly say that they are a pile of wank, the trouble and hassle that comes with them has been the most annoying thing for me in the last ten years.
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if you built macs from sratch then they would be hassle too, its only because macs come complete out of the box, i have to disagree with the video rendering, is it doing it at the same res? i would like to see a mac score a higher 3d mark that a PC of reasonable spec
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Apple macs are industry standard for digital video editing mate. I've only ever used them when I've been editing. PC's just arent used because they are too unstable and to get one powerful enough you'd have to spend silly money and even then it wont be stable enough.
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i guess its whatever you prefer, PC owners will always defend pc mac owners will always defend mac's.
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ttt for the negros
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tis cool me likes

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does anybody know how you can add other apps to it , and removes ones you dont want on there?
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Click and drag and drop?

Click and drag and drop in recycle bin?

Thats the way it works on OS X.
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been using it for a while now, stubled upon it on download.com.

to add to it, eaither create a shortcut and drag it on, or right click on a space bit and select add

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drag and drop things off to delete, drag and drop shortcuts on to add
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yeah sorted now , cheers
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what a piece of unstable crap. that got removed in about 5 minutes after crashing so much
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quote:
Originally posted by andy hirst
Macs may not have the fastest clock speed but are more powerful. for instance:

Mine: Powermac G4 867mHz
Dads: AMD Althlon XP 2.0gHz

My mac slaps the pc in the face from running word, to video rendering.

The mac OS is basically UNIX with a cool front end, hence the stablity and power advantage over windows.

Personally:
Gaming: PS2
Programming: Linux/Unix box
Everything else: Mac

I have built Pc's for about 10 years, still do and can honestly say that they are a pile of wank, the trouble and hassle that comes with them has been the most annoying thing for me in the last ten years.


yeah your Mac is great until you want to run an application that isnt support also if you are going to preach Mac at least get facts exact, OS X 10 or whatever the fuck is now actually Darwin WHICH is based on FreeBSD (www.freebsd.org).

PC's upgrade options and cost bumfuck Mac 7 ways to Sunday
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quote:
Originally posted by andy hirst
PC's just arent used because they are too unstable and to get one powerful enough you'd have to spend silly money and even then it wont be stable enough.




Try running a decent operating system ontop of the architecture first
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i agree with willay, macs are just for people concerned about their image. same goes for companies. oooooh look here everybody, an imac on every desk! ooooh! in all fairness, they do look the business, but im not convinced on their power or software productivity. Latest AMD64's are far more efficient than the latest G5's.
Apple knows this too, hence Pentium being brought into the equation on the next gen of machines.

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