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Finally! A free app for a Mac!
But really. Wouldn’t it be better used as a door stop?
I don’t know, a solid wooden wedge would work just as well, and be a lot more cost effective.
Mind you if you can afford it, all the power too you. You’re a lot better off them I am :P
that’s definitely one use for it
all it’s good for, if you want to keep your fortune
I like the fact that your Mac LITERALLY supports Windows :D
Well at least there is less chance of that version of windows from crashing
This is a windows version that doesn’t need a service pack… cool…
That should stop the arguements about Mac vs windows! At least that everyone should know now that Macs like and help windows.
At least it will need no antivirus, or updates! Maybe all it needs to protect it is safety glass.
That is the reasons for windows not being that safe by itself, because antivirus and stronger firewall makes the glass tougher to smash, but is still easily smashible.
Long live Mac!
Long live linux!
Long live smashing windows!
Windows will always smash for as long as it stays in production, but microsoft’s only hope would be to rebrand windows, think of a different name. Of something that cannot be smashed.
@Jase: If you want to actually take things literally, a Mac will go bad in a matter of days, and a Linux penguin will die in a few years. Properly maintained, a window can last for much longer.
If you want to take things literally, which is a pretty silly idea.
Ya, it seems to be good at that. Just hope it isn’t a mac book air, it will either break in two or shatter.
lol, at first I couldnt see either. Then I saw the reflection of the mac only to figure out it was just on its side. Took me 5 more seconds to figure out that there was no windows pc
@Atakan LOL, Same here… took me a couple seconds to figure out what it was about.
I get your logic, but if that guy’s using a Mac he probably doesn’t think that way.
You should get out more.
Finally a worthwhile use for a Mac!!
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