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Switching from PC to Mac

Posted on Saturday, August 19 2006 @ 15:23:22 CEST by


Graeme Philipson from The Age switched from his PC to a Mac and described his experience.
When my MacBook Pro arrived I threw myself straight into it. I started using it immediately, for a large and important PowerPoint presentation I needed the following Monday.

It has been an interesting transition, and one that has gone much better than I expected. I knew it would be tricky. Moving to a new computer always entails a fair bit of work, and moving between architectures involves more.

The first thing was to copy all my files across from my old PC. This was a simple enough job - I didn't try to network the machines, but used a 5 GB USB drive I have. Then I installed Microsoft Office for the Macintosh.
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