Re: Excellent Resources - Art Education blog (Teaching Palette)
I was in the same boat but discovered that for about 70 dollars I bought "parallels" which allows you to run windows programs on the MAC. I switched to Dreamweaver but have the Win version and it works very well.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ken" <kenroar@...> wrote:
> Judy- I am in shock. You are recommending a Mac after all these years. LOL. For those who don't know, I'm a Mac and I promote the platform every chance I have. Yes, one of the biggest downsides of a PC are the spyware programs and viruses. There is only one solution- switch over to Dreamweaver. :-)
> --- In email@example.com, Judy Decker <jdecker4art@> wrote:
> > On a side note.... If any of you are considering getting a new
> > machine, I highly recommend a MAC! I got a new PC in January and it
> > is already slowing down - programs hanging/freezing (particularly the
> > Internet) which is extremely frustrating! I have done everything
> > possible to try to correct the problem (except purchase a new Norton
> > Systems' Works - software I used to depend on to "fix" everything ---
> > not. I decided to save my money and just use free and already
> > installed applications). Spend a bit more for something that you know
> > works. So now you know another reason for the reduction in posts from
> > me (smile). Who has the time to wait and wait for Internet to load? (I
> > do have Road Runner). So why didn't I get a Mac? I couldn't afford to
> > replace all of my software (plus I need Front Page 2000 in order to
> > edit my web pages - the newer versions don't have some of the features
> > I need). My hubby tried to get me to switch.
> > Getty list folks: Please remove my email address if you reply to this message.
> > Regards,
> > Judy Decker