JaS wrote:Apple says the new CEO looks almost exactly like Jobs, but he works better and faster - iQuit magazine
P.S. If you are going to make jokes about Steve Jobs, be sure to keep them PC
This is a classic example of how misleading the internet can be. Bill Gates never bought any Apple shares, but Microsoft did back in 1997 and they have long since been sold.bogle111 wrote:Some years ago, Bill Gates (maybe under Microsoft) bought a shed load of Apple shares when at a low before the iPod. Smart move backing all horses in race or was he aware (insider knowledge - never!) of what Apple were about to bring out. Could be backing the competition you know than allow another unknown into the race that you have no knowledge of, is better business practice? Besides, kept it in the States.
BTW No points for the right guess.
And I was working in Microsoft and Apple support, which is why I remember the episode well, and bothered to check.bogle111 wrote:avole
Thanks for update. I was writing from memory, which fundamentally correct. We were an Apple Reseller in Oxford which is where I formed my experience and opinions.
There is indeed a right click. You need to make sure it has been enabled through preferences.tysouthwick wrote:I think that they both have their pros and cons. At my house we have a big imac and a dell xps. I dont use computers for anything other than the internet and gargeband but thats it. One thing that I dislike about macs is there is no right click which is frustrating at times and sometimes putting music on my Ipod can be a major pain in the ass. But you gotta admit the Imac is a beautiful desktop