Vista's Windows Experience Index and the Apple MacBook Pro

I thought readers might find this interesting so here is a screen capture of the Windows Experience Index for my MacBook Pro (my work machine). Btw, the more I use this machine the more I like it, Apple has done a very nice job getting the drivers working for all of this machines features. I have yet to run into any sort of hardware related problem, everything just works. If you ask me, these numbers look pretty good. I’ll have to ping Mark Edington and see if I can get him to get me a screen capture of my old “mainframe box” at CodeGear for comparison (apple to oranges, er Dell’s but still).Windows Vista Experience Index MacBook Pro

5 thoughts on “Vista's Windows Experience Index and the Apple MacBook Pro

  1. "Apple has done a very nice job getting the drivers working for all of this machines features"
    uh?… there’s pretty much a single hardware configuration, I don’t see why it would be difficult, whereas in the Windows world there are millions of configurations, you can’t compare that

  2. Eber,
    Unfortunately, you’re right. The Windows hardware/driver world can be so overly complicated and error laden that when you have a good experience with an untraditional (Windows) hardware vendor suddenly makes it seem like an unfair comparison. Yet another reason to buy a Mac.

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