S60turbo saidJust bought one to complete the family of apple products I have.
Problem is it's like learning another language.
Any suggestions on how to learn the operations and what virus software are people using?
I'm a veteran of all kids of mac, apple, windows and unix computers, so I'd say, don't make too much of it.
Instead of saying "I need to work in excel" think "I need to do a spreadsheet" Or I need to convert torrents to... DVD (for which I think Toast Might work)
I did save torrents and burn them to DVD in the dark past, but it really seemed to be more bother than it was worth when I can stream stuff or watch it on DVD from Netflix.
And, just like when you're trying to learn another language, keep in mind that there are some colloquialisms that don't translate well. Like Chevy trying to sell Nova's in spanish speaking countries where No va means "no go". Or like the french naming cars "Citron" which translates to Lemon.
You can always pick up Mac's for dummies too. I think it even comes in eBook/iBook format.