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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:44 pm 
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Fenstar wrote:
BengalLuke wrote:
You'll never have to defragment a Mac Hard Drive. You'll never have to become a network engineer to get connected to a wireless network. You won't have to clean the registry. The average Mac has a 5-6 year shelf life after being released where as most PC's if your lucky will only last three years at best. The build quality is much better and because of the aluminum body they are very durable if a little heavy.



I've never had to do that on my Windows laptop either and my laptop is 3-4 years old and runs perfectly fine. I don't think you can generalise, because I know people who have had rubbish experiences no matter what the platform/make.


Yeah i've never done those things either and my laptop is 5 years old, plus we still use my older one which is 10 years when we both want to be lazy and sit on the sofa surfing! No real problems with either.

I think Macs are like Marmite... you either love them or hate them.... :lol:

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