PCs may seem cheaper, but I don’t think they are less expensive.
It also has fully integrated time-and-billing and accounting functions (discussed below).
If one product best demonstrates the creativity the Mac allows, it is Circus Ponies Inc.’s Note Book, described as “a combination outliner and free-form database that lets you clip, annotate and share unstructured information.” Its pages can contain text, graphics, audio, video, imported data—virtually anything you can imagine.
Early on, it was clear that Windows machines were cheaper and more easily configurable, and the software choices were clearly superior.
Over time, Apple has attempted to lure Windows users away, most recently by adopting the Intel processor so that Apple machines can now run both Windows-based and Apple-based operating systems.
I had previously toyed with Windows 3.1, etc., but Windows 95 converted me to the graphical user interface.
I have stayed with Windows since and have developed a strong relationship with the various flavors of the dominant operating system.That includes hardware, software, training and learning. Then choose the size of your screen, RAM and hard drive—and you’re done!Otherwise, Apple: Stop insulting me with ads and leave me alone to get my work done. To buy a PC, you are faced with literally thousands of hardware options from hundreds of manufacturers—Dell, Sony, HP, Compaq or even your local computer guy. Since most attorneys prefer laptops, you’ll be choosing the Mac Book, Mac Book Pro or the new, ultralight Mac Book Air.Then you have to worry about which components would actually be inside the shell and whether they would all work together. The best options for desktop models are the i Mac or the Mac Mini; the i Mac features a stylish one-piece unit containing the monitor and CPU.When buying an Apple, your choices are very easy to navigate and understand. Meanwhile, the ultra-powerful Mac Pro is there for those who need eight-core power.Ben Stevens and Rick Georges are not only lawyers using opposing systems; they are proponents who advise on the use of technology in the law office.They have strong opinions, and they’re not afraid to state them. There are any number of reasons for switching from a PC to a Mac. And since 2005, I have been running a Mac-environment law office.Daylite allows you to link various types of documents (spreadsheets, PDFs, JPEGs) to specific client files, and then organize and even open those files from within Daylite.You can schedule and delegate appointments, create lists, print reports and send e-mails—all from within Daylite.Macs work just fine with most printers, scanners and multifunction machines.Even better, there is no time-snatching search for drivers.