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Re: Newbie



I say use whatever you can get your hands on, very few people ever run the
major software to it's limits on whatever platform, Dave Eyre
----- Original Message -----
From: Ronald Leger <rleger@EMAIL.COM>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Sent: Tuesday, February 29, 2000 12:31 AM
Subject: Re: Newbie


> At 11:04 AM 02/28/2000 , you wrote:
> >  The company is looking into a new computer and debating between Mac and
PC
>
> >This kind of question can spark a very heated and unreasonable debate
> >here. Owners
> of PC's and Mac's tend to be quite biased and will be very vocal FOR their
> type of
> computer. Few people are experienced with both types of computers.
>
> In my opinion, here is what you should be considering.
> 1) What are the tasks that MUST be accomplished by your computer. A proper
> analysis
> is imperative.
> 2) What software will best help you execute your tasks. This is the
primary
> question, not
> which computer is best. Many companies, such as Adobe, Quark Express etc.,
have
> software for both computer platforms.
> 3) Once the full range of software has been chosen, you might find that
you
> need
> TWO computers. CHOOSE THE SOFTWARE FIRST.
>
> Ronald
>
>
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