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  1. They only seem safer than Windows because Macs have 3% or less of the market share.  Windows has 97% of the market share.  That means only 3% of people or less actually use Macs.  Out of those 3%, it will of course be an even smaller percent who write malicious programs.

    In another world, if Macs were the dominant computer over Windows, it would be the other way around.  Macs would have tons of viruses, spyware, adware and more; Windows would actually appear to be the safe, secure OS.

    It all boils down to how much of the world's population using what software.

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    Like I said: "Now...if Mac's were as big as Windows then yes...they would get hit just as hard, but that isn't the case."

  2. I disagree Tarun. Mac's definitely ARE safer than Windows. One or 2 exploits are not even comparable to the magnitude of exploits that Windows gets hit with. Now...if Mac's were as big as Windows then yes...they would get hit just as hard, but that isn't the case. Mac's are safer, and so is Linux for that matter.

    @ CaPMan...Mac's website has a list of applications so free, and some shareware.

  3. why not try uploading it to a online hosting site, then emailing the link to your friends?

    )corjello(

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    So far corjello's suggestion is the best in my opinion. The easiest though I have found is transferring them through IM. Email has a size limit, and usually won't allow zip files (I have found from my experience). Good Luck! :D

  4. I did mail MrG recently and asked him why somewhat negative posts were removed causing near invaluable members to resign (Tarun and YoKenny). He just downplayed the problem saying that there were always people coming and going.

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    Wow. Fredvries I always thought you were MrG's biggest fan. :)

    As for "somewhat negative posts being removed"...a few forum members PMd me about that and admitted to requesting for the posts to be removed. Tarun even respects his member's requests and removes posts that are considered negative/inappropriate to them.

    As for YoKenny...he shouldn't even have posting rights. :D

    @ Tarun - Sorry to hear about all of that. I wasn't aware of what was going on. Maybe with some time things will settle down and go back to normal. I'm glad to hear that you are seriously considering writing your own program. :D

  5. OK I give up. I can't figure out the joke in lokoike's sig or krit's sig either. Can someone please explain it to me?

    Remember to type slowly and use small words so I can keep up...

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    haha - roflmao

  6. i think the small brush will be best.

    as for compressed air im not even sure about that :D

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    You can buy compressed air anywhere. At comp shops it is specifically sold this purpose. The brush isn't going to do enough on it's own really.

  7. Does CapMan's comment straighten things out for you, WB honey?

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    Ok, OK, so I was mistaken, sorry 'bout that. It has been one of those weeks--all 8 days! :D

    And yes things are straighter than before trish, my dear :D

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    btw - yo yo yo :)

  8. i currently use a Logitech QuickCam messenger and it works great. there are a few problems with it such as Skype not being able to display the video(Skype's fault because other programs can) and it doesn't work if you have IE7 installed(the drivers probably rely on the explorer dlls that IE7 doesn't use.

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    I'm curious about this. I have IE7 installed, and I don't have any problems with my hp...so that is a good reason to not use Logitech then. roflmao j/k They'll come out with an update once IE7 is final I'm sure. But I will try it with my Logitech and see if I have any problems.

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