Macintosh and OS X not the End-All, Be-All

I’ve been using a Macbook Pro (early 2008 model) since May of this year, for two reasons: to gain a better understanding of OS X for any technical work I’d like to do, and so that I can answer Apple zealots who insist that OS X is to Windows (Vista, in particular) what a Mercedes […]

Free At Last!!!

Another OS X advantage over Windows: because (most) OS X applications are not “installed” in the same sense as in Windows, that is, by depositing various .dll, .exe., config, and other files all over the file system, not to mention writing copious amounts of information into a registry, there’s a greater sense of freedom in […]

OS X vs. Vista

I’ve heard so many attacks against Microsoft’ Vista OS, which I’ve been using since the earliest beta, and at the same time so much from the Apple fanboys about OS X, that I decided to run both and report on how much better Vista is and how OS X isn’t all that. Starting with installing […]