I am sure that if you have been reading through my blogs for a little while now you would know how, more and more, I am relying on my MacBook Pro to carry out my daily job rather than whatever else I have been using in the past. I know that for plenty of folks out there this wouldn’t be really any piece of news, but, believe me, to me it surely is. And very good ones!
I could talk about the many, many things I am thoroughly enjoying over the last few weeks. I could talk about the excellence on the multimedia components. I could talk about the really good quality of different Mac apps. I could talk about the incredible community of folks who share their passion about the Mac day in day out. And the list goes on and on and on. Yes, I know, I guess I could talk about that, yet, I am not going to. Instead, I am just going to share with you all why today is going to be a light blogging day and why every day I am becoming more and more a Mac fanboy:
4 Windows crashes, 4 Windows reboots, three of my most frequently used Windows applications out of order and still not knowing what is going on with them. Complete waste of productivity for the day… Enough said!
Yes, folks, I never thought I would be saying this, but I am becoming a Mac fanboy. Just wished that would have happened quite some time ago. So many frustrations would have been just a thing of the past. Sigh
(Stay tuned, because, as a follow up, I am writing up a blog post where I am sharing how this MacBook Pro is helping me improve my own overall social software experience, both inside and outside of the corporate firewall. Who would have thought about that, right?, just a few months back, eh? :-D)
Tags: Mac, Apple, MacBook Pro, MBP, Windows, Notebook, Lenovo 3000 N100, Fanboy, Productivity, Tools, Productivity Tools, Reboot, Crash
One thought on “11 Reasons Why I Am Becoming a Mac Fanboy”
I’m looking forward to future posts. I too hopped across to Mac earlier this year, and haven’t looked back. It just works and works well. I still plan to use Parallels to use Ubuntu too (do sometimes using Bootcamp for odd bits) although with the efficiency of the Mac and the excellent apps available, really haven’t needed anything else. Still find it so strange to see on Ebay for example, with some Macs for sale and the reason is that people prefer Windows which is why they are selling…Why do people enjoy the extra time it takes to start up and shut down, and like you say all the crashing too??? Strange!
Because Mac does work so well, my social networking has been able to leap forward and also my productivity too.