Charles - Mac Lindy - Mac Matt - Mac Rikki - Mac MarkW - Mac Rhett - Mac (Win for some items as needed) MarkH - Mac (Win for gaming) Ryan - Mac (Win for when he wants to remember why he went to Mac) Brian - Mac Debbie - Mac
Brandon - Win Andy - Win Daniel - Win Marc -Win Stewart - Win Alan - Win
10 Mac 6 Win Why? personally I use Mac for my primary machines due to better integration and work flow with linux based servers, IOS, texting from my Mac machines is simple and easy, I can answer the phone right on the screen and be handsfree while I'm working. Most apps for Mac just work without issues, while Mac/OSX is still behind in terms of apps available, it's catching up little by little. For example, quickbooks on a mac, you may as well not even try it, it's a half baked version with limited features, so for that, I use windows, and for few other apps that are not available on OSX.
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Is this for a desktop machine? If so I would recommend going SSD, the prices have come down so far they are cheaper than standard hard drives where not long ago. Put in a smaller SSD 128GB or more for your OS, and add a single TB drive and map your docs, images, data to the standard drive. Best of both worlds, a good SSD is useless for storage, if you need more than 128GB or so, it's likely for storage.
Cleaning up your file system will be very easy with IPS4, we will actually publish what needs to stay, however it's going to be pretty simple due to the file system in IPS4 being brand new, so most things will be able to be removed after the upgrade.
Rhett you are the best you have helped me out so much Thanks for trying to help with my issue's i have had if there was a feedback system for each staff member if there was a 1 out of 10 i would pick 10 because you are the best thank you