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If it’s not too late to change b

If it’s not too late to change back to a Windows 7 machine, I would recommend the fastest laptop which runs that OS … the Apple Macbook Pro!

Seriously, I went BYOD at Space Codesign this year on an older model (not even the 2012 non-Retina, which came in first in a CNET benchmark and still being sold) in a dual boot setup so that I could travel without lugging two computers on longer trips – one my own (the other was a Dell E6410 – built like a tank and weighs nearly as much!).

Really, it may not be too late …

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