Plus Macs have a great reliability record.
On 4/8/05 2:29 PM, "Eric Hall" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Apple computers which to be way more expensive
> Used to be - have you seen the Mac Mini? We are considering this as an
> upgrade for our oldest Pentium machines. After all, we already have the
> monitors, and a PS2/USB adapter is about $15.
> I don't mean to stir the pot too much, but in my mind the multimedia
> software installed on a Mac makes the price worthwhile, plus the lack of
> virus problems (although we still protect our newest Macs). We support both
> equally, and have FAR fewer troubles with the Mac OS, particularly when it
> comes to software and peripheral installation.
> Compatability issues are really a thing of the past if everyone is running
> the same Application software (MS Office or OpenOffice). Of course, it seems
> to be harder to teach Windows users the Mac OS than to teach Mac users
> Windows. Hmmm...
> Eric Hall
> Technology Coordinator
> Waterbury/Duxbury Schools
> Waterbury, VT
>> but they don't get stuck with viruses or spyware.
>> Wes Vaughan
>> Tech Director
>> Bellows Falls Union HS
>> Rockingham School District
>>> From: Jean Campbell <[log in to unmask]>
>>> Reply-To: School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]>
>>> To: [log in to unmask]
>>> Subject: desktop computers
>>> Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 15:20:29 -0400
>>> What is your preferred desktop PC computer brand to buy for your school
>>> How much are you willing to pay for a system?
>>> Is the tech support good?
>>> Jean Campbell
>>> Mt Mansfield H.S., Underhill ID School, Smilie Elementary School
>>> Technical Services
>>> 802-899-4690 X502
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