Welcome to Low End Win, our April Fools 2000 idea of what a low-end Windows website might be. Several other Mac sites joined us in the fun of defecting from Apple for the day!
When I’m buying a computer, I look for the most options at the best price. In this article I will examine Apple’s Power Macintosh G4 and Dell’s Dimension desktops.
Our Windows PC news links for the week of April 1, 2000.
PCs need a lot more support than Macs, so the switch to Low End Win made our advice column crucial.
So you’ve got an old 286 sitting around, and you want to have some fun with it. Most people believe that computers from this era are entirely obsolete. Not true!
It is with mixed emotions that I join Low End Mac’s transition to Low End Win. After all, I’ve spent so much time and effort over the past eight years evangelizing the Mac and doing my best to convince anyone who would listen that Windows is an inferior alternative to the Mac experience.
Eric DeStefano made the transition back from Macs to Windows in Windows Metamorphosis.
What is Compaq thinking these days? The world’s biggest computer company, world renowned for its cheaply built computers sometimes lacking a plastic case, which we all know is the best way to make them, has suddenly turned to a bizarre concept…
Things Windows was our parody of Rodnay O. Lain’s Things Macintosh column.
Low End Mac promoted Macs in education for years. With Low End Win, we put the focus on Windows PCs.
The iPaq Channel is a Windows-themed alternative to Low End Mac’s iMac Channel.
It’s been a very slow month for rumors, but we finally have a new one.