The long waiting period was over. I, finally, carried my MacBook Pro from Power Hub, where it was purchased, to our house. Its specifications are the following:
2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor
250 GB hard drive
13.3 inch display
Pre-installed Mac OS X and iLife
At first, it was a-hide-and-seek or a-child-learning-how-to-walk situation for me. But the transition—from Windows-based to Mac-- was smooth. The fears and worries that some Windows-based programs might not work in MacBook Pro were all answered. There are no incompatibility issues, even to my printer and my projector.
I can finally say that MacBook Pro is not complicated. The applications are simple and easy-to-use. Plus, I do not have to install (free edition) anti-virus/malware programs. Whew, what a relief!
I highly recommend MacBook Pro, even though it is costlier than Windows-based laptops, it is well worth the money.
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