Help, Guides, and News on making the Switch To Apple Macintosh Computers
How to Switch Part One: Key Questions
This is the first post on how one begins the process of switching to a Mac. The objective of this post is to get you to start thinking about the answers to a few general but simple questions:
- Where to start?
- What kind of user are you?
- Which Mac should you buy?
- What misconceptions have I heard about Macs?
- How do you use a Mac and OS X?
- Will I be able to use my existing documents and files?
- Can a Mac handle today's popular file types?
- What to transfer and install on your new Mac and how?
I'll be updating the "How To Switch" category to address these broad based questions and topics. I'll also provide commentary, analysis, news, and other relevant information throughout the site that relates to switching. A primary goal of this category is to help, guide, and influence computer users to "Switch to a Mac". Check back on a periodic basis for updates.
Once you make the switch, you'll find your computing experience free of the malicious viruses, spyware programs, malware, security vulnerabilities, and the dreaded "blue screen of death" that plague the Windows platform. Thanks to a Mac running OS X, you will find that your computing experience is as it should be, enjoyable and productive. You will have time to devote to actually using your computer as opposed locking it down, updating your anti-virus and spyware programs, recovering from crashes, and reinstalling your operating system.
You'll soon be on your way to making the switch to today's most advanced, secure, stable, and digitally capable computing platform. Get ready to make the Switch To A Mac.
Switch To A Mac Guides
Another place to start is at the Switch To A Mac Guides The guides provide a great starting point for anyone who's considering the switch.
July 24, 2006
- Content revision and modifications
- Added link to Switch To A Mac Guides