Comment from: Cristian M Visitor
Even though I agree with you that the persons blog post is silly I think your to much of a hater.
While the mac does the same thing with the updating I can't agree it nags more. If there are updates available it will ask you if your interested in updating and it will ask only once. Nothing weird or wrong about that.
Multiple reboots aren't true for mac updates. I have owned macintosh computers since os 9 and I haven't had to reboot more than once a single time while updating network updates, system updates etc. Only time I had to do multiple updates that I can remember was on an update for safari way back.
And the bricking of that guys machine isn't something common at all. When it comes to bricking I think linux takes the price. In Windows It has happened to me once in XP (raid error).
Im a user of windows, linux and mac and I can see good things in all of the systems which any sensible person should be able to.
To bash on mac because some ignorant fool doesnt know what he is talking about and whines on vista feels pretty silly since you obviously know what your talking about.
I have read some of your blog posts and I think it's to bad you can't see the beauty in the three lovley OS,s that are win, mac and linux
Yeah the Macintosh does the same thing, and when you're at the machine it's nagging you even more to install updates and that's only the start of it, on a Macintosh you're looking at multiple reboots to install updates, and that's assuming it doesn't brick the machine.
Comment from: Mark P Visitor
Yeah, I agree with Christian. But I know what you are talking about. Whenever you have a problem on Windows you always blame MS, while those kinds of problems happen on other systems too sometimes.
I personally haven't had any real problems with my XP, so I can't complain. I don't really care if they get a Mac, just don't like people bugging me about getting one or how its better. :)