> > There's just something about the MAC interface that doesn't speak to me. > You like boxy and grey, hunh? I'm not talking about the look itself. I'm talking about the exchange of information. I wouldn't care if the whole thing was bright pink as long as I can figure out how it works, which is not the case with any of the MAC OSes I've seen so far. > > We now have OSX at home (yeah, I crash it too, but a bit less frequently). > Come on... how are you crashing OSX every time you use it? And when you say > 'crash' when referring to OSX what do you mean? I have had applications > work unusually in OSX but I've never hung the machine. I can always force > quit the prog. just like in Winland. I said I was crashing it less frequently, not every time I use it. The previous OSes were every single time, not OSX, so there's an improvement there. And what I mean by "crash" is that I have to unplug the computer from the wall outlet. So yeah, that's a crash by pretty much all standards. Most of the time, it happens when I install my son's games. but since it's the only thing I do on the MAC, that doesn't mean much. My son can get his games to freeze too, and sometimes severely enough that I have to unplug the iMac.