The bulk of the comments against Apple have to do with being enslaved to the company. The computer itself, yes, I'm obliged to buy an Apple product cause I don't have the time to do the hackintosh thing. And yes, the OS is Apple-produced. But everything else is what I want it to be--with limits on the video card end of things, I understand. What's the difference with Windows? Well, the choice among computer manufacturers is there, of course. But that's it for difference in "enslavement." I mean, if I want to use an mp3 player other than an iPod, or if I want to install a new HD from whatever manufacturer, or if I want to use a music player other than iTunes. . . . I can do any of that, and so can a Windows user. Am I missing something?
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