Every time someone walks through the doors of Mac Headquarters, the trademark hum of an Apple computer booting up plays through the store's speakers. It's almost as if an awakening has taken place, a hard drive in the brain that has sprung to life upon discovering computer care that is efficient, friendly and, relatively speaking, cheap. Not only are there no cumbersome lines and online reservations like at corporate Apple stores, instead of pushing the latest and greatest and most expensive upgrades, the Apple-certified repair staff at Mac HQ will gladly tell you the most budget-friendly way to fix your machine. Unless, of course, it's a PC, in which case they'll try to lure you away from the dark side with their daily in-house Mac software tutorials.
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