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Default 04-22-2010, 01:42 PM

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but I'm kinda liking the speed of OSX which I think is faster than win 7.
That's what I'm hoping for in this try out. Thanks guys.


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Default 04-27-2010, 07:51 AM

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I think a lot of us bought the Minis specifically because it was an inexpensive and unique way to run our favorite operating system. If a different netbook had been a better fit for that operating system, I'd have one of them instead. The OS was the first choice, and the hardware just happened to match.
+1!! My 10v was a more sensible, cost-effective alternative to an iPad. It gave me a portable computing solution that made fiscal sense ($500 minimum on a machine I'm using to surf internet and check email while on vacation? No way). I get to keep the OS I love on my desktop and easily transfer all the files I want on my travel machine.


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Default 04-27-2010, 11:51 AM

I installed OSX a few days ago on my mini and have been very impressed with the speed of OSX over Win7. Install was about 90 minutes using NetbookCD and my Xbox 360 HD-DVD drive. I don't have a Mac and have only 1 8GB USB Thumb drive, but I did happen to have an HD-DVD drive and that read the OSX disc just fine. My 8GB thumb drive currently holds my Win7 32bit install files.


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