Question / Discussion Investing in a laptop

The Reverend

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Even if you have an account with admin rights, on a Mac you'll still need to re-enter your password to install software etc. Been like that since way back when with all Mac OS X versions since 20 years ago.
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It helps make stuff like this be more obvious though...most user accounts don't need to 'admin' anything.

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Don’t suppose anyone knows anywhere where I can get good cash back from buying a Mac? I’ve looked on Topcashback but Currys is only 0.5%, John Lewis I think was 2% but the Mac is out of stock and Argos don’t give cashback.

You can get 0% interest and pay for it in small installments over at Currys. That's what I did back in 2016.

You just can't go wrong with Macbooks man. So robust, never shown any signs of slowing down.

Cost effective solution I would is Dell https://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/lap...15-3000/spd/inspiron-15-3593-laptop/cn33515sc
 

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Along with your laptop, you should definitely invest in a large monitor so you can have your cash earning sites open all the time while you are doing other things and grab & notice tasks quicker as they pop up in your periphery vision. Currently, I use 2x 24” monitors and have prolific and testable open on a dedicated screen. Every sec counts with prolific!
 

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Any updates, literally wanting to invest in a new laptop myself currently.
 

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