Based on past experience, I plan to take my new iMac out of the box and be happily using it in less than 15 minutes. Windows XP isn’t quite that fast, but it’s not too bad.
“After having worked with at least two dozen new PCs with Vista, as well as XP-to-Vista upgrades, here’s the routine I’ve worked out when setting up a new machine with Microsoft’s latest operating system”
This is a harmless enough article, but it’s the kind of stuff Microsoft users tend to take for granted. As if this is the kind of stuff everybody has to go through with a new PC. No.
It’s the kind of stuff I’m looking very much forward to avoiding.
Oh, and the above picture is provided to show how much better the Mac looks than the PC, too. This is even though it’s got a camera and mic the PC appears to lack. How can anyone bringing one of these into the home say that doesn’t matter?