I wouldn't recommend using the Mac Safari browser after reading this article. I guess everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I have Safari installed on XP & seems to work fine. Untill I can afford one that may be close as I get to a Mac.
Wildblue since Nov.2005/Exede March 2012/Apple Macbook Pro/Asus RT-N56U Router/
In our household, we have two 17" Intel iMacs running Mac OS 10.4.11 and one Toshiba laptop running Ubuntu Linux 8.10. We do not use Windows at all, and haven't for three years.
North-Central Idaho • Exede • 15 Plan
iMac Intel Core i5 • 2.7GHz • 8GB RAM • OSX 10.7.3
Tohiba P305 Core 2 Duo • 4GB RAM • Ubuntu Linux 10.04 (Lucid)
Airport Extreme 802.11n network (WPA2)
Well, MAC is a slow buggy operating system and is less secure then windows or linux, so i stay to windows or Linux most of the time, and not trying to offend people but MAC is mostly for computer illiterate people, i mean i use MAC OS some times just to try to it but it doesn't compare, to sweet old windows but hey thats my opinion.
I say if the customer knows how to install a dish and point it, then I say let the customer install their wildblue system and have that restriction removed where customers can't install 2-way dishes.
I myself can professionly install a Directv and Dish network system with no problems so why can't I install my own WildBlue or any other 2-way sattelite?
Now you're resurrecting old threads?
WB1| Beam 133 | Gateway Duluth | Jan 2009
Exede12 | Beam 331 | Gateway Salt Lake City | March 2012