Originally Posted by HC_Chief
Parallels, dual-boot, or simply run Windows on the Mac hardware... all valid options, but all a bit ridiculous (Parallels is pretty cool, I have to admit).
Apples are great for self-absorbed hipster kids in fake eyeglasses & skinny jeans, blogging away in coffee shops.
Their market was built on Windows Vista. Perhaps Windows 8, with its radical departure from a traditional desktop experience, will give rise to a valid third option? Perhaps a more user-friendly Linux distro (Ubuntu is very
user-friendly IMO, but to most non-technical people, it is still too difficult to use).
There are Ubuntu-based distro's (LinuxMint anyone?) that are VERY user-friendly.
Don't live for pleasure, make life your treasure...
\m/ Ronnie James Dio, 1942-2010 \m/