Friday, November 04, 2005

How to Switch to a Mac - Part 1

Revised on November 4, 2005

This is the first post on how one begins the process of switching to a Mac. The goal of the this post is to get you to start thinking about the answers to a few general but simple questions:

  • Where to start?
  • What kind of user are you?
  • Which Mac should you buy?
  • How do you use a Mac?
  • What to transfer and install on your Mac and how?

I'll be updating this series to address each one of these general topics and to provoke you to think about making the switch. Check back on a periodic basis for updates.

Once you make the Switch To A Mac, you'll find your computing experience free of all those malicious viruses, spyware programs, Microsoft security vulnerabilities, and the dreaded "blue screen of death". Thanks to Mac OSX, you will also be in for a treat, your computing experience will become enjoyable as you become more productive. You'll have time to devote to actually using your computer as opposed locking it down, updating your anti-virus and spyware programs, recovering from crashes, and reinstalling your operating system.

Sit back and let's begin the Switch To A Mac journey!

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