ANSWERS: 16
  • pc I'm more familiar with them
  • PC I can upgrade.
  • "Macintosh" I divorced Windows two years ago.
  • Mac...I recently switched from a Dell to a Mac...and there is no comparison.
  • I've worked with both platforms since their inception and have found Macintosh to be the most reliable and least problematic overall.
  • definitely pc. mac is so confusing! I mean, I guess it would be okay if I had a year or so to get acquainted with one, but since pc is all I've been using since I was knee-high to a grasshopper, I think I'll stick with what I know.
  • mac. i had so many problems with any PC i had. with the mac i haven't had a single problem. also, if you need to run windows or any other OS, you can do it easily right on your mac.
  • If I had my druthers, I'd buy a Mac. 2000.00 bucks for a machine that can do about 5 billion things, and I'd only use it for three...lol
  • PC. I'm on my 4th one since 1986. I can upgrade them to a point and they don't cost an arm and a leg. The PC software is a walk in the park compared to the DOS I had to learn when I started. I would have to have to learn all over in my old age.
  • Answer these for me and then I can help you. What are you going to use it for, what features are important to you, and how much do you know about computers on a 1-10 scale?
  • Macintosh. I have the most recent Macbook 13"
  • PC for everything Mac for everything except gaming. and yes, I am a gamer. As good as Mac is (and they are good, except I hate the MacBook Air), I go with PC. Plus as I hear, Macs cannot be updated. Please correct me if I am wrong.
  • PC, I hate Apple, they tried crashing my computer but the failed miserably. Bastards.
  • I believe there's more available software, gaming and business, for the PC platform. Mac does have some good software, and has 'different' maintenance problems than a PC, but, finding RELIABLE software for Mac has always been a problem. I've done net searches for software, come up with hundreds of answers with at least 10 different GOOD solutions for PC, but with Mac, I'll get MAYBE 10 different software choices, and MAYBE one will be a mediocre solution. Another thing that seems to be more currently prevelant is that more disperate PC software integrates directly and easily, where as with the Mac, that doesn't seem to happen as often. It's nice to have acquired 10 different business software suites and to find that that they all easily integrate with one another, with little to no added effort or software on my own part. Try doing that with a Mac and it's like hitting your hand with a hammer... It's only fun when you stop doing it.
  • If I didn't understand much about computers then a Mac, but since I do and because of overall reliability, usability and compatability, definitely a pc.

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