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  • Thanks a million, guys! I really like the idea of a stand and I think I'm going to look into the iCurve and a good keyboard.
  • Sorry... not only did I write a very Loooooong post, I posed it twice on accident, so I'm just deleting it.
  • Hey! Ok, I have been using the MAC for a little while now and thought I would post my updated list of what is like better on a mac and what I like better on a PC. Before I post my list, though, I'd like to say although I am very happy I made the …
  • Hmmm... good to know. On the PC when you hit delete it doesn't automatically delete the file, but moves it to the Recycle Bin (Trash Can) -if I remember correctly-, so you can always go there and un-delete it. I use the "delete" key all the time and…
  • Awesome! Thanks so much for the advice and tips, there are so many things to discover! Here is my continuing list of what's better on... Better on MAC: -Searching is MUCH faster. Searching through music in iTunes, mail messages in Mail and th…
  • Yeah, I think that is fine. It's about the same thing... Thanks!
  • WOW! Thanks so much for all of the tips and hisory. Some of the things to take getting used-to, but I like the MAC better, overall! Two question: -Is there any way to use the up and down arrows to scroll through a message in Mail. When I use t…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Vox Barbara Er... Select a folder, and than type "cmd-i", the "info window" pops up. below "read and write" (or whatever there is actually) - and left from "Details" there is a little arrow. click onto that arrow... …
  • While I agree that most things are, indeed, better on a mac, here are two things I have notcied that are easier on a PC: -When you move music into the "My Music" folder, Windows Media Player automatically adds them to it's library, no need to act…
  • Wow! Thanks sooo much for all of the replis. I have to say that I am having a blast exploring the MAC OS, it's so much fun. I'll be working and every now and then I'll have to stop and go "oooh, now isn't that cool?" or hit the F9 key, just for…