Best Smile Of The Week

Prevent viruses and don’t get down time reading Cyril Huze Blog. Written & published on a MacBook Pro, of course (non paid Commercial).

16 Responses to “Best Smile Of The Week”

  1. 1 Adrian Apr 20th, 2009 at 7:20 pm

    Get a Mac, you will never come back.

  2. 2 JB Apr 21st, 2009 at 7:49 am

    “Get a Mac, you will never come back.”

    Not if your business revolves around CNC and CAD/CAM!

    I’m a PC!

  3. 3 rah Apr 21st, 2009 at 8:18 am

    it amazes me how stupid the public is……

    the reason why there are viruses on the PC side is because PC has 95% market share. why would you make a virus that will only infect a couple of thousand computers, when you can affect billions on a PC.
    When and if MAC gains market share, then there will be plenty of viruses to go around….

    what dumb asses….

  4. 4 Rodent Apr 21st, 2009 at 9:19 am

    If they’re so great how cum most use PC?

  5. 5 Brandon Apr 21st, 2009 at 10:32 am

    Rodent: you know nothing about computer’s history. To make it simple. A PC is a computer. When you buy a PC, whatever the brand, you can’t choose your operating system. You get Microsoft Operating System because Microsoft marketing strategy has always been to impose their OS to all manufacturers. It’s the way most people are “obliged” to use Microsoft operating system. Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, was a cofounder of Microsoft with Bill Gates. Then, he left to create Apple. Microsoft Windows was a bad copy of one of the first Apple operating systems. Apple decided to sell their operating system inside their own computers. Apple controls both the software and the hardware of their computers. Not Microsoft. Microsoft is not a computer (hardware), but a Software company. The reason there are so many people using Microsoft it’s because they had no choice when choosing a computer.

    The market share of Microsoft (and PC’s) is going down. Apple computers market share is growing. If you have difficulties to make the transition to a Mac, know that you can run both Microsoft Operation System (some programs have been conceived only to run with Microsoft OS) and Leopard (The Apple OS) on a Mac. It is proven that Microsoft runs better ad faster on a Mac than on any PC with equivalent chip, ram, dram, etc. In addition, you have no risk of getting the “blue screen of death”, no viruses, and get an incomparable user experience. Everything is easy and logical. Did you notice that on a PC, to close it you have first to click on “Start”. Hilarious!

    Microsoft is still the most used OS, but the worst, unstable, unreliable, full of bugs and viruses. Go to a Mac, you will never come back…Apple is one of the biggest success story in the world, now the most desirable brand in the world (see Fortune annual ranking). At least you learned something. Microsoft is not a computer! A PC is just hardware. LOL.


  6. 6 Robert Apr 21st, 2009 at 10:53 am

    Rah, you are as computer retarded as Rodent. At the end of 2008 Apple Computers market share was 13.5%. How come it can be a few thousand computers!!! And the market share of PC’s is not billions!!! You just ridiculed yourself. Make an internet search. You will have all the information you need. When you do so, watch out for viruses on your PC. You could get the Blue Screen Of Death.

  7. 7 Kirk Perry Apr 21st, 2009 at 11:08 am

    PC is for commerce (no store runs your debit card through a mac).

    Mac is for art (higher resolution). Macs are hard to write viruses for. PC’s are made simpler, so that it promotes off-the-shelf-building and many computer companies can all use the same mechanical-brain parts. PC’s are easier to write viruses for.

  8. 8 blammo Apr 21st, 2009 at 1:06 pm

    brandon- can you come over and rescue the 2 macbooks i have with the blue screen of death?

    yep 2 of them- dead. replaced a motherboard on another at 750 bucks too.

    macs are good but as overpriced as some of the motorcycle parts out there.

    i like to think of pc’s for the mechanics out there, not afraid to get little dirty and make some mistakes, and macs for the person who buys and pays someone else to fix it. kind of like bikes.

    a pc is like a harley, a pallette to make your own. a mac is a “production custom”.

    i like macs, but can’t find one thing they do any better than a lower priced pc machine.

  9. 9 Peter Gershey Apr 21st, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    Blammo. I don’t believe one second your statement. There is not such a thing as the blue screen of death on a Mac because a broken Mac with a motherboard crash never shows a blue screen (my brother works at Apple). If you can’t find anything better on a Mac it’s because you don’t know how to use one. Nobody can help you because there is nothing easier, more intuitive than a Mac.. A PC running Microsoft is absolute mediocrity. Why do you think Apple market share is fast growing, stock is one of the best and Microsoft stagnates? Tell me why? The market is always right.

  10. 10 Rodent Apr 21st, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    now that I started a computer war(I love it) My more imediate problemis converting data from Palm OS on a Treo to either the new Palm Pre, Crackberry, or god forbid a IPhone.
    (Can a rich nerd like Bill Gates beat up a sick and dying Seve Jobs?)

  11. 11 blammo Apr 22nd, 2009 at 1:09 pm

    hey pete, you wrote:
    “Blammo. I don’t believe one second your statement. There is not such a thing as the blue screen of death on a Mac because a broken Mac with a motherboard crash never shows a blue screen (my brother works at Apple).”

    the blue screen of death just occurred on a different mac, not the one with the motherboard issue. that was naturally a black screen. the blue screen was caused by os10 not being able to boot up, bad sectors on the harddrive.

    ask your brother about it. don’t care if you believe me or not- i have three grand in paperweights right now.

    you can convince yourself and justify all you want, but macs are not infallible.

  12. 12 slobber Apr 23rd, 2009 at 1:18 pm

    You’re all a bunch of retards. I’m glad I’m not as stoopid as you people. Not one thing said on this page, other than blammo’s comments about his BSOD’d Mac, is accurate. Blammo, that happened to my Powerbook, too. 2 years after I bought it. Guess what Apple said? “Sorry, no warranty, no replacement”. Dell replaced my brother’s Latitude D600 2 years *AFTER* the warranty expired, no cost. I own 3 iPods and an iPhone and am mostly happy with them (Windows Mobile kicks the iPhone’s ass in nearly every category) but I’ll never buy another Apple computer. A *STANDARD* one year warranty on a $3,000+ computer is absurd, especially when they want $400 more to up it to 3 years. Dell’s come with 3 years standard. Duh, that’s a no brainer. Besides, you can buy Dells these days and hack them to run OS X, so you get the best of both worlds if you’re a “FanBoi” like the fools on this page.

  13. 13 Patrick Apr 23rd, 2009 at 2:52 pm

    A Mac powerbook? Must be an old model! And it has never cost $3000+. And you didn’t buy the 3-year warranty? Your fault. All computers can break. I think the discussion was about the operating system that Apple controls because OSX runs on their machines. You must look like the PC guy in the commercial above. Yes, there are Apple fanboys, but PC fans are in extinction.

  14. 14 Robert Apr 24th, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    Microsoft is the General Motors of the tech world. Dinosaur.

  15. 15 Peter Sentry Apr 28th, 2009 at 10:58 am

    The recession so far hasn’t taken a bite out of Apple’s earnings: Thanks to continued strong sales of Mac computers and the introduction of the iPhone 3G, revenue shot up 35% to $32.5 billion while profits spiked 38.3% to $4.8 billion. Apple rules!

  16. 16 Jim Bezzler May 5th, 2009 at 8:56 am

    In an embarrassment of plaudits, Apple (AAPL) swept all three laptop categories in Consumer Reports‘ latest study of personal computers. The reader survey, published Monday, is the cover story of the magazine’s June issue.
    In all, five Apple notebooks made the cut. In one category –13-inch notebooks — Apple won the top three places. In that category, the 13-inch aluminum MacBook was No. 1, the solid-state MacBook Air No. 2, and the white plastic 13-inch MacBook No. 3. The 15-inch MacBook came in first in the 14- to 16-inch notebook category.
    And the 17- to 18-inch notebook category was taken by the 17-inch MacBook. The 17-inch HP (HPQ) Pavilion made famous by Lauren De Long in the first Microsoft’s (MSFT) Laptop Hunter ad, came in fourth in this category behind Dell (DELL) and Lenovo machines. Apple also took first place in tech support. Its desktop machines did not fare quite as well. The 20-inch iMac came in second after the Dell XPS One 24 in the standard desktop category. The Mac Mini also made this list.

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