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    dude, of course I am using disk utlity, it's what disk repair is built in.


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    disk repair works with system files, filesystem (at a basic level, same thing)
    apple shares are doubling, precisely because windows is too flexible for people to handle, mainly those who uses pirated versions, and do not know how to keep it clean from all the porn they are unfortunately downloading, thus resulting sluggish OS performance.

    The differnt thing about windows is that there are a lot of viruses for it, mainly because it is so flexible, and people have no idea how to clean up on their own, so they choose an os that isn't as flexible, and just does some of the stuff they need (mail, IM, listening to music.........)
    of course, that is not all that Mac OS does, but I just mentioned what the average person does, and why they would get a mac instead of a pc.
    Just look at the way apple handled the iphone. If that is not comunist to you, with all the stupid regulations, then I'm baning myself from this forum just like xianLi did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    dude, of course I am using disk utlity, it's what disk repair is built in.
    ok. you've lost me. either you have used the Disk Utility app from Application/Utilities, or you didn't. so did you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    disk repair works with system files, filesystem (at a basic level, same thing)
    apple shares are doubling, precisely because windows is too flexible for people to handle, mainly those who uses pirated versions, and do not know how to keep it clean from all the porn they are unfortunately downloading, thus resulting sluggish OS performance.
    First, system files and the filesystem are two entirely different things. Any person who've dealt with computers should know that.

    Second, Windows is not too flexible; it is too inflexible. Just look at the way most servers now use Linux. Windows itself is fine in doing simple tasks such as word processing or just ordinary web surfing, but when it comes to tasks where a poweruser really needs control over everything, we cannot, as UNIX geeks say, "sudo". Thus, we stick with UNIX. Also worth a mention is the registry. That piece of sh*t is so INFLEXIBLE that it FAILS compared to basic system files of Mac OS X.

    Vulnerability has nothing to do with flexibility. Windows is insecure by design (Washington Post, 23-08-2003); it's architecture is the problem. That's why Microsoft is planning a total rewrite for it's cloud operating system.

    Quote Originally Posted by seseburg View Post
    The differnt thing about windows is that there are a lot of viruses for it, mainly because it is so flexible, and people have no idea how to clean up on their own, so they choose an os that isn't as flexible, and just does some of the stuff they need (mail, IM, listening to music.........)
    of course, that is not all that Mac OS does, but I just mentioned what the average person does, and why they would get a mac instead of a pc.
    Just look at the way apple handled the iphone. If that is not comunist to you, with all the stupid regulations, then I'm baning myself from this forum just like xianLi did.
    You still have yet to mention what Windows can do that a Mac can't except to be infected by virii.

    The iPhone is closed (not inflexible) because of Apple's need for a external and prolonged revenue source (i.e. it's contract with AT&T and other mobile phone operators) and subsidy for it's device.

    xianLi is a loss to the forum not because of being ignorant, but rather the opposite, he ended up in a pretty bloody skirmish with the other moderators and admins about implementing a few controversial rules. Please don't compare yourself to him. It's entirely different.
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    of course I used disk utility that is what the disk repair feature is built in, duh, that's what I have been trying to tell you all along.................................
    and of course when I said system file I meant the current system files in use.

    ok. heres one thing you can do under windows that can't be done under mac: move the freakin top bar to the bottom of the screen. yes, that bar in which software features buttons open, in windows you can resize, do whatever you want with it, in mac you cant
    this is basic stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    ok. heres one thing you can do under windows that can't be done under mac: move the freakin top bar to the bottom of the screen. yes, that bar in which software features buttons open, in windows you can resize, do whatever you want with it, in mac you cant
    this is basic stuff.
    OK, I give up. What the hell are you talking about?

    Are you referring to the menu bar? Why the hell would you want that at the bottom of your screen?

    If you want to ban yourself, go right ahead. It will not be a loss to this community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    of course I used disk utility that is what the disk repair feature is built in, duh, that's what I have been trying to tell you all along.................................
    and of course when I said system file I meant the current system files in use.

    ok. heres one thing you can do under windows that can't be done under mac: move the freakin top bar to the bottom of the screen. yes, that bar in which software features buttons open, in windows you can resize, do whatever you want with it, in mac you cant
    this is basic stuff.
    I've never heard, in all (2) years of Mac usage, a "disk repair" feature. All I've heard of is Disk Utility. Is "disk repair" a third party app? If so, can you send me a link?

    ok. nvm when I read "disk repair feature is built in" I thought of something else. If you are using DIsk Utility to repair, there shouldn't be any problems to do with restarting. I seriously suggest a reinstall as I would say that you have been sold a defective product.

    As for the menu bar please refer to my other thread. (And no, Windows cannot do that either.)
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    dude, the menu bar from the top of the screen, the one in which when there is no software running instead of finder, that one CAN move in windows, because the software propietary drop-down menus such as file, edit, help and those, they CAN move!!!

    you know what my problem is? ever since I got this imac, my neck hurts from always having to look up at that stupid menu bar, because that is where all the software drop down menus appear when I open something.

    In windows, that menu bar was part of the app window, so I could move it wherever I wanted it, even to the bottom of the screen, even though, I would not see the rest of the window then, but still, I could move it.

    Are you getting it now?

    and about disk utility, have you noticed that when you open it and select a hard drive, there is a repair disk button in it?
    THAT is what I have been talking about all along..........
    FIxing mere permissions does not fix HDD problems, period.
    So, I hope you get it now. I am running 10.4.11, maybe you missed that.
    And there is no such thing as being sold defective software, unless it's fake or something. You can't sell me a mac os x with a defective disk utility.

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    you know what my problem is? ever since I got this imac, my neck hurts from always having to look up at that stupid menu bar, because that is where all the software drop down menus appear when I open something.

    In windows, that menu bar was part of the app window, so I could move it wherever I wanted it, even to the bottom of the screen, even though, I would not see the rest of the window then, but still, I could move it, and resize it, and do whatever I want with it, and it wouldn't make me always look up like some idiot. Seriously, both my shoulder muscles hurt!
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    Your neck hurts? How close are you sitting to the screen ?

    Although, i must conclude that it must really be hurting you to force you into rant after rant about MAC OS.

    Do us all a favour, run bootcamp , set the Imac to boot only the windows partition and then we can have some peace.

    You wander from complaint to complaint in a random fashion without listening to anyone , and posting strange musings on political ideology along the way.

    Do you ever read your own posts?


 

 
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