While surfing MacTalk forums, I saw a thread with pictures that I find both funny and true.
I believe these are the installation steps for a particular DJ equipment. Now I know why there are so many DJs around using MacBooks.
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The real question is “Why is it so easy for Apple to already HAVE these drivers ready with the Operating System? Where is Microsoft going wrong with their ‘Windows Testing’ crap?”.
Wake up and smell the disappearing dollars Microsoft (both in buying the rights to use the drivers from hardware companies or demanding that THEY pay Microsoft to include their drivers in Windows. Meanwhile customers will choose ease of use, Applications, and cost in that order. With Bootcamp, Parallels, VMFusion, and CrossOver the walls are coming down and the second one I listed will be inconsequential.
Microsoft- you have ignored your customer base for too long- it’s time to pay the piper.
One recommendation: Increase your teams (don’t be so penny pinching) to include R&D only. Technological and Future Idea teams who can work side by side. Sure they will drain the coffers a bit but it’s better than chasing down and copying every idea of everyone else (and in some cases copyrighting it and then stopping their production- 1984 has already passed).
Well, find a driver which a Mac doesn’t have, and I’m sure you’ll be able to write a similar list. BTW, last I checked, you still had to start a Mac for it to install a piece of hardware.
First of all, I found the title hilarious! Gave me a good laugh. What you said is true though for almost every program in Windows. It requires a lot of steps. While Mac finishes the job in just a snap.
The title is pretty funny, indeed! I’m impressed as to how convenient it is to run on Mac than on Windows. I just realized. Good to have a Mac book here.
Hahaha!! Great title for this post! I have never used a Mac before… but I am due for a new computer and this may have me leaning towards getting one.
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