I use firefox as well which I think is a Linux based application. But I could be wrong.I'm happy with how well the iPhone work with Windows. I considered a Mac back when I first started working with Adobe Lightroom then I realized it would be silly to switch for a single app. I'm not a fan of MS, but I am a fan of all the software (a lot of it free) that is available for the platform. I use alternatives to MS when ever possible such as Firefox and Google Desktop search.
got myself a PC for hospital-related stuff. I didn't like it. I discovered the Parallels' universe and now can use all those PC apps on my Macs. Now I wonder why anybody would ever want to use a PC again. They work, but they are ugly and boring. Why drive an ugly gray car that looks like all the other gray cars out there when you can drive a bright red BMW M5 that performs better (most of the time) and has so much more style? Same thing for the iPhone. Doesn't have cupholders yet, but the ride is a lot smoother. Do you think the Chinese iPhone clone will make any Mac user switch to a PC?Interesting results. I would have expected more people to say no.
I'll bump this thread again in another month and see where we stand then