“Mac users don’t have to deal with the annoyances that regularly plague Windows users, such as computers that don’t recognize camcorders, or software that routinely encounters a ‘fatal error’ nanoseconds before you want to save, as if it knows what you want to do and is programmed to prevent it,” writes Tad Simons, editor-in-chief of Presentations magazine in the July issue. “The rest of us aren’t so lucky… I encountered numerous unfathomable (and, I think, entirely unnecessary) difficulties in all but one of the Windows-based video-editing programs I tried. Having toyed with Apple’s iMovie as well, I can tell you that none of them even comes close to the common-sense usability of that program.” Thansk to MacMinute reader Ricardo Salvador for the details.