Caught in the Windows to Mac rift (06 Jun 2005)
Last month I bought a shiny new Apple PowerBook to replace an ageing Windows laptop. It is faster, has a clearer screen, does a lot more and has much better battery life.
But four weeks on I am still lugging the old computer to meetings, wrestling with the appallingly complicated Windows 2000 network settings when I need to use a wi-fi connection and having to remember exactly where I put the documents I am working on.
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