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Another thing that just bugged me was when you click "x" (as in close) it just makes the window go away while the program still runs. So i'd have to either force quit or right click it in that program bar and click close.. close should mean close IMHO
That used to bug me as well. But I later found it to be an advantage. For example, I can hit the X on Firefox and have it open up instantly when I click it next time. The weird thing, though, is how it's inconsistent which programs will do this, and which ones will actually completely quit when you hit the X.

So there is an advantage of it in one way, but I think it should be optional. But that's usually how things are with Apple products: it's either hit or miss, you like it or you don't.

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Also in word processors there wasnt anything on top really, all the options were in a sort of side bar. I thought maybe it was just the free one i downloaded, but after installing my other friend's copy of MS Office only to find the same hideous sidebar i couldnt stand it.
If you mean MSO, this can be changed. I kinda like it, though; it makes the interface kinda like Photoshops. Again, this is hit or miss, you like it or you don't.

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Windows and OSX are completely different animals for completely different people. I guess im just a windows guy, and you're a mac guy. I think Apple has some great ideas, but they're not for me.
I don't think they're all that different, but they do do things in different ways. But I, unlike some others, don't expect everyone to like what I like. Like you said, you simply prefer one, and I prefer the other.
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I am the source of this price:

I almost bought the same exact laptop. I only got 1 gb of ram then switched it out for 4gb (2 x 2gb). You can find them for that price all the time because of the "sales" lenovo always have. If you guys can use the student discount to make the mac laptop price to go down, why can't paul use the sale discount to make that laptop price go down?

In any case, this is about the mac laptops...
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