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May 20, 2009


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Chris Carlin

Well, Microsoft's ads don't generally promote Windows, but rather the PC, which is that thing that comes with all the bloatware.

That, in my mind, means they can't just disavow any involvement with the bloatware; they advertise, promote, and sell it--they own it.


I have a Dell, a Lenovo, a MacBook, and a MacBook Air; I love Apple but don't get the Air. The Lenovo is still brand new because I hated it 3 seconds after I got it, the Dell was great while it lasted, but the MacBook is phenomenal and completely worth the $1K price tag. The Air hangs up a bit more than the standard MB and is much more costly. You can get a great deal on a refurbed MB.

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