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  • Nov 27, 2007
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  • "and no, there are no frustratingly loud “tap tap” noises when bashing the keys—it all seems so fluid." Personally, I would have written it's "frustratingly quiet with no response when bashing the keys—it all seems like mush." :)
    TheTSArt had this to say on Aug 20, 2007 Posts: 4
    The New Apple Keyboard
  • I'd like to point out that most Babylon 5 fans can read... :) Thanks for the info... I plan to give it a try. I'm not a fan of Spotlight and often get frustrated just trying to find simple file names.
    TheTSArt had this to say on Jun 19, 2006 Posts: 4
    Foxtrot: A Better Search Engine for OS X
  • Dashboard - I like, but on my year-old eMac it is slow as mud and it takes forever for them to even be usable. I don't even bother with it anymore. Dictionary/Thesaurus - I use the Dictionary program, but I didn't really hit me about the right-click thing until I read this. Safari RSS - I love and is the best feature ever! Spotlight - I need to find file names, not content. For the first time ever since 1985, I feel completely lost trying to find something now on the Mac. In these situations, it kind of reminds me of trying to figure out what to do in Windows.
    TheTSArt had this to say on Sep 21, 2005 Posts: 4
    Tiger? Where did you go?
  • I think it's probably safe to say that in the Windows world, users are more apt to open their box and upgrade it somehow than Mac users. Recently I suggested a friend get a second hard drive for his his PC. His first thought was to an internal one; mine was a USB 2.0 that he could plug into it... That being said, I know a lot of Windows people who absolutely drool over the internal design of Apple's towers. Now that Apple will be making systems that users can buy and also install Windows on, won't they want to go after that market too? In a way that might be an argument that Mac towers aren't going anywhere.
    TheTSArt had this to say on Aug 30, 2005 Posts: 4
    Apple Towers: Heading for the Long Goodbye