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Mic & Mac Prove That Love Knows No Operating System

by Lambert Varias

Staunch loyalists of either Apple or Windows will not approve of the romance between Mic & Mac, two machines who fall in love with each other despite their differences. The Pixar-like video, created by a certain gverstraeten, is quite old but it’s still dawwwwwww-inducing.


While Apple zealots will no doubt deem the classic gray PC as too ugly even for the old iMac, it’s actually Windows & PC fans who will be more insulted in the video. Watch it and look at Mic’s (that’s the PC) third wooing gimmick to see what I mean.

I bet that last kid’s name is Psystar.

[via BB-Blog]

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Comments (4):

  1. technabob says:

    So that’s how the Hackintosh was born!

  2. Owen Murphy says:

    For me, the best operating system is Linux because it rarely hangs.””;

  3. operating systems can either make or break your system that is why it is wise to choose a vey stable one.”-:

  4. with regards to PC operating system, i love Windows XP and Linux;*”

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