Are you kidding me, Microsoft?

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  1. SilentWalker

    SilentWalker Retired Moderator

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    Well, as some of you may know, MS really got aggressive by shamelessly attacking both Apple and Google after the release of their Windows 7 Phone.

    But after seeing the Google one, I was left speechless. I mean, really Microsoft? I agree your Office 2007 is probably the best version so far, but your ad makes so many false points against Google, and they have no proof to back it up.

    Saying Google's docs does not support copy and paste...are you crazy? You made Windows, with a clipboard, to copy from and paste to any unencrypted text field. And Google docs does support cut and paste. So what bullsh*t are you coming with?

    Plus I use Google docs as well as MS Office, and docs is great. You talk about collaboration? You have nothing like collaboration when compared to Google docs.

    Look, I can go on forever, but you be the judge.

    Oh, and don't even let me start on the iPhone bashing.

    I'm not hating on Microsoft, but the nerve they had to make so many misleading accusations, with no proof to back up their points, it's disgusting. And instead of 'opening and closing' and app on an iPhone you can 'glance and go', don't twist the English language to mean sh*t!

    And Google pwns, b*tches!
    /rant
  2. BigAl14

    BigAl14 New Member

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    oh microsoft
  3. iPwn

    iPwn Community Development Staff Member

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    PRO RANT MAN! that was pwnage. in MS's face!
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    the one reason i use MS over mac is that its not freaking overpriced.
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    jmwerkus Active Member

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    hey... hackintosh isnt either
  6. randomdude1234

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    does hackintosh still have all the problems it used to?
    and once you get it all set up is there any difference between hackintosh and MAC OSX?
  7. austers

    austers Well-Known Member

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    I doubt they just straight up lied, maybe it's partially true I don't know, but still all these big companies are just as bad as each other.
  8. Shawa

    Shawa Super Moderator

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    I say we let them have their hissy fit in the corner and wait for the heat to die down.

    *waits for Tes's M$ ownage*
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    iPwn Community Development Staff Member

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    get linux and add a mac theme. done, u basically have OSX.
  10. dunuck

    dunuck Active Member

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    Well apple has been doing this for years

    With their PC bullsh*t adds campaign , i can debunk every single one of them

    cause all of their anti pc ads are biased and fact-less
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    If you want a full working hackintosh with out issues you have to have a the right hardware to have the same mac osx exp

    intel based motherboard
    intel core 2 duo, core 2 quad, intel core i5/i7
    ddr3
    Nvidia cards (ati cards are still a work in progress for hacintosh)

    8800gt/gtx, 9000 series and 200gtx series
    snow leopard dropped nvidia 7000 series support

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