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In article <otggv9$jpm$1@gioia.aioe.org>, Mayayana<mayayana@invalid.nospam> wrote:

> 
> | But the careful use of the latest version is better than the careful
> | use of an old version.
> 
>   I think another way of looking at this is....
> If you don't want to be hobbled by good security

hobbled by good security?

> but you're willing to buy a new computer in order
> to be more secure, then why not buy a Mac?

good advice.

> Macs have far less trouble and probably will
> for at least the near-term future. 

has someone hacked your account?? 

you're talking sense.

> They cost
> more

no they don't.

> but they also have resale value.

yes they do.

> Macs are
> the AOL of computers. 

no they aren't.

> They put you in a suburban
> playpen

that doesn't even make any sense.

> and take care of security for you.

which is a good thing.

> It's not
> failsafe,

nothing is 100% failsafe.

however, macs are among the closest to it.

> but if you're not going to take the trouble
> to *really* be careful then a Mac is a much safer
> choice.... assuming it will run the software you
> need. 

macs can run mac/windows/unix software, all natively. 

no other system can do that.