It sort of puts a crook in my craw when a class instructor gives out wrong information to a student regarding something that the instructor obviously has no idea about.
I don't like to *ahem* generalize, but it seems to me that many Windows users are not up to date on their Mac knowledge and would rather come off as being a dinosaur and give out wrong information. I would never attempt to answer anyone's question about Windows since I haven't used their operating system or their software since 1997.
When a student asked a question last night at class about performing a particular function on her Mac, the instructor said,
"you can't do that on a Mac".
You can bet I added my voice to the conversation and told him he was incorrect.
After that during the class he stopped answering Mac questions (obviously being a Windows guy)
and would simply say,
"well, I know don't know the hardware, I only know the software".
OH... NO KIDDING, DUDE!
I am there to learn Photoshop software, and it is being taught on a Windows system, but Photoshop for Windows and Photoshop for Mac are VERY similar.
So, don't be dissing on my Mac, darling instructor. It makes you look like a dinosaur in the dark ages.