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Jim

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What device do you use to 'mostly' browse/use the forum?
« on: July 26, 2019, 02:51:12 am »
You can choose multiple options.
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Laptop, more specifically, Macbook pro using Safari.

When I am out, I check in with an iPhone.
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Only thing I have is an HP Pavilion laptop.
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Thanks all who've voted so far.
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thinking about it honestly, I use my phone to check in the most....but I much prefer my desktop for lengthy replies.
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Voted decktop as my MacBook Air is connected to an external monitor and sits on my desk.
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I do browse the forum frequently on the phone as well, but very rarely post anything when using that little gizmo.

To me a "real" computer simply makes all editing (and access to "The Library") much simpler.
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I'm surprised to learn that people have desktops.
I personally do not own a non-bricked laptop or a desktop.

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What’s a non-bricked laptop?
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PC lingo. Probably a Mac if it is a couple years old. :)
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What’s the reason for the name?
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Non-bricked laptop, probably Mac if it is over a couple years old.  :)

I’m not much of a computer guy, but I believe my MacBook is from 2012 and has held up far better than my previous two Toshiba laptops and still runs at the same speed where the others were dinosaurs after the first year. I switched because I was a Windows XP fan and hated what came after. Before that I had cheap Walmart desktops (e machines or something)
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I recently passed my 2012 MacBook Pro down to my wife to replace her aging iMac, latest system will run on it no problem, has a SSD drive so is still pretty snappy.
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kindle Fire HDX 8.9 4th gen. Tablet.
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iPad pro 12.9

 

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