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Technical help (English)
Any questions and discussions concerning technical topics; - OS Related (Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS, Android, BSD, etc) - Internet/Networks (Web hosting, Dedicated Servers, Home/Business Networks, WiFi, etc) - Hardware (PC, Consoles, Phones, etc)
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MOR23 --- 10:19:20 23.3.2015
CHILDINTIME: Yeah, that's true. However, I would also not suggest using Windows unless you have to because certain apps or games don't work under Linux for whatever reason. (Usually Licensing reasons.)
CHILDINTIME --- 9:28:24 23.3.2015
MOR23: latest OS X (10.10) can be run on 2007 iMacs and Macbooks, I think thats ok and maybe better than PCs - many notebook manufacturers doesnt bother to update their drivers for Windows 8, 8.1 ...
MOR23 --- 10:43:09 22.3.2015
NYX: Yeah new versions of OSX are free but still the old ones are not updated and if you cant run a new version you are fucked because you cant use your machine for something else anymore, and the things you mentioned i agree with, not customizable. And to price, everythime i make a comparison with a PC i get way more for my money when buying a PC, the last time i decided to buy a computer i checked the price for a mac, compared the specs with a pc, then biught a PC and a console, and games, and a big bag of weed and i saved money compared to a Mac.
NYX --- 10:32:26 22.3.2015
new versions of OSX are free.
price is comparable to similarly specced PCs (where you can compare it...no alternative to 5K iMac, equivalent of graphics cards from Mac Pro can't be bought separately etc.).
apps on background stay if there is enough memory, otherwise they're swapped out, so who cares. I think they keep screenshot of last state cached, so it seems more responsive.
and you definitely can use linux on apple hardware.

out of warranty service costs is something I have no experience with, so can't comment on that.

// and no, I don't own any mac, I'm long time linux user...

there are other reasons why I don't like apple hw...no trackpoint on laptops, soldered/glued almost everything in laptops, outdated versions of core unix tools etc...
MOR23 --- 10:22:13 22.3.2015
Customizing a mac: No way, Adding/changing hardware to your mac: No way, Mac OSX has a lot of security issue's because they refuse to update "older" systems in a few years and force you to buy a new version of Mac OSX, have you ever tried to bring your Mac to a place to fix it ? Have you seen the bill afterwards ? There is not much codecs available for Mac, Most opensource apps are there for windows and linux not for mac. Closed apps on MAC OSX tend to stay in background and not close at all which eats your resources. There is no way to re-use your old mac for instance as an Linux comtpuer/server, so you can throw away a machine that is not customizable which you paid too much for :)
MOR23 --- 10:08:21 22.3.2015
Yeah but there is also Steam for Linux, and MAC is not bad it is just overpriced on all sides and you pay for the name, if you compare the price for an average mac and then make a calculation what you can buy if you buy a normal pc, you know you are being anal fucked by a big corporation :)
SIRAVECAVEC --- 19:48:44 21.3.2015
RAYINER: Especially i use inmac warez forum something similar apps for developers, image editors and so on.
SIRAVECAVEC --- 19:47:26 21.3.2015
Too late i like my mac!
RAYINER --- 17:16:22 21.3.2015
I'm not OS X user, but I assume that Steam for Mac was the biggest step for gaming on OS X ever.

Anyway, what tools/programs are you looking for in particular?
All I can suggest you right now is Alfred ( http://www.alfredapp.com )
MOR23 --- 14:34:02 21.3.2015
SIRAVECAVEC: Ha! Avoid Mac at all would my opnion say :P