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Old 10-08-2007, 01:34 AM   #3
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It will be interesting to see how long it lasts for you. My Mac towers have always been just three year machines, apart from the last one that was forced to survive for just over four years. My IBM ThinkPad lasted nearly six but ceased to be a production machine before its three years were up.

My current MacBook Pro is expected to last the same distance as my towers but I already have my doubts, much as I love it. Of course, I could be at fault here because I allowed the conversion program to move all my settings from the tower to it, so that I could start working immediately. That allowed me to start working straight away, but I have serious doubts, for the first time in years, about internal disk space. My fault, of course.

   
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