Sphere XP

now try to right click

Just because Microsoft was gay and copyrighted “Right-Click” does not mean that I cant click the right button on my mouse. It says, in the convenient drop down window that appears, Back, Reload, Open in Dashboard, View Source, Save Page As…, Print Page… End quote. Never mind the fact that if I click my right mouse button on a word It lets me look it up in the dictionary, google it, use a thesarous on it, Cut, Copy, Paste, and give me writing directions (whatever that is) BEAT THAT!!!

It might look cool enough to a FEW people, but not that many. And on top of that, it’s a lot harder to mod if you don’t like it.

plus the right click thing was a joke xD
but yeah macs, not for me

why’s everyone banned?

PY was banned because if this, which spawned this and Zurg’s ban.

lol

Omfg! Another person with at least some liking for macs? =D

Also… next person who uses the right click argument, I’m going to bash them over the head and tie them up with the stock mac mouse and then plug in ANY USB mouse and just spend a few hours right clicking over everything.

I wish I could come up with a more diabolical plan, but c’mon. How diabolical can you get with “Watch me right click on a mac!”

You could right-click them and move them to the trash. That’s pretty diabolical.

OOooooo.
Hot damn, Tim, I like the way you think.

Windows are for losers. Losers that likes viruses getting butt fucked and slow motion operating systems.

C’mon, lets have us a sexy computer war!

My PC is more than 10x faster then my Mac, cost half as much, and was bought at around the same time. >_>

Hell, my dad’s computer cost 1/10 as much and is faster.

However, Linux pwns all, so yeah. Plus I know of a crapload of Mac viruses. The thing is, people that make viruses want destruction, and since there are so many more PC users relative to Mac users, it causes more destruction to plant them there.

Zurg, crapload is an exaggeration. You are correct, they want destruction, but the reason they avoid coding for mac isn’t because they aren’t widespread (They’re relatively common, and often used for graphics/audio editing. If some viruses meant for windows could infect Mac, a lot of people could lose a lot of money and a lot of work), but because Mac is more secure. The only viruses I’ve ever seen for Mac were fairly trivial and pretty easy to get rid of, and to put it in perspective, they were obtained through a level of stupidity on par with downloading something on limewire with the filetype .mp3.exe

Edit: …just to be clear, I know Macs don’t use .exe files, I’m just making a comparison <_<

All the Mac viruses I’ve seen don’t give you a chance to get rid of them. The ones I’ve seen tend to make it think that it had a power flux and turned of, so it “turns on”, doubling power to everything and frying it. And yeah, that sucks.

First, your wrong. Second, your wrong, and Third, your wrong. There are no such virus’s for a mac. I WOULD have heard about that. So far, all that there is is malware. And Safari checks everything that you download for any executable file. So if there is something, like you download an mp3, it will tell you that there is a executable file hidden in there, and ask you if you want to keep it. Idiots press yes. Not me.

Yah, well windows does the same thing… shows you how stupid people are. :stuck_out_tongue:

Also, tell me they don’t exist:
http://antivirus.about.com/od/macintoshres…s_Resources.htm

I get security updates pretty much weekly, patching these holes that are found. Same cant be said for Windows.

Except for some of the gaping security holes in IE that are vulnerable for far, far longer than they should be <_<;;

Who uses internet explorer? Even Microsoft said that is sucked, and had more holes in it than a WW1 solider that tried to run through no mans land.

That’s one of the more interesting analogies I’ve seen, Ashes.

The Sphere XP thing looks cool, but I’m not gonna get it. Not worth the download. Not to say that it isn’t worth the download for other people. It’s just not worth it for me. I need my processing power for other applications.