jasofbase2001 wrote: limegreen wrote:
iceberger wrote:I've never actually owned a mac, but am really looking forward to getting one this august (full disclosure: i'm going with the mac bundle). Vista has given me some serious problems lately.
You won't regret it. It takes a week or two (depending on how often you use it) to get used to all the new features, and then it's smooth sailing. The great part is when something comes up I don't know how to do I always start trying to do it some complex ridiculously roundabout way like I would on a PC and then I find out all I had to do was click one thing.
I just can't get used to not having a right click on the mouse. I love the way Macs look and feel and operate, but I won't buy one until they put a right click.
They have a function identical to the right click, all you do is tap the trackpad with two fingers instead of one and the "right click" menu will open up. It is much quicker than having to right click, it's amazing. After you do it a few times it becomes second nature.
ETA: I am not sure if the ones at the store have the two finger right click, I think it may have been a standard setting I changed, but regardless, the feature is there and is completely equivalent to the right click.