I’m an old dog who needs to learn some new tricks. We finally broke down and bought a MacBook Air which is fascinating product, but fairly different than the PCs I’m used to. I’m playing with it for a few days before we take our previous computer to the Apple Store to have the contents downloaded onto the new computer.
Yes, Apple seems to have made it more people friendly, but there is always a learning curve with a new mouse, a new keyboard, a new computer set up. I’m finding things I need to ask in my first training session, programs I’m accustomed to like the Adobe Flash Player, and how to play disks. We opted for the one on one sessions to help me learn how to get around the computer a little faster.
The one drawback I didn’t think about before I bought the Mac was that our office computer is PC, so the two computers will not be able to talk to each other. My stepson pointed that out, but then he told me I could e-mail things to myself from one computer to the other, and save them. And, I bought the Microsoft Office for Mac, so that I can continue to use software which I know.
Onward and upward!