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I just declared my major in Computer Science. I must say it is a popular major right now. I guess that is good in many ways. However, I found myself in need of a good laptop to do programming projects, and I want to run the regular applications like MS Word, Excel, web browsers, gaming, IOS app development, Android development, video editing, and other computation heavy works.
So, I asked my classmates for a recommendation on a laptop, and most of them seem to like the Apple Mackbook Pro better than other laptops out there. Then I asked why do you like Macbook than other laptops. Some told me that mac has similar commands prompt as Linux. So, having a MacBook is like having a Linux but with important applications like adobe photoshop, MS Word, and other application that we are so dependent on. Which seemed like a reason to get a MacBook, except for the price tag. I ended up buying a used but looks pretty brand new from Craigslist. There are a lot of good MacBook pro at an affordable price if you are willing to purchase a used one. Anyway, if you want a good laptop, check this post out on the best laptop for programming