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Simon Cymerys

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I would just like to know which is better: Mac or PC? Lately, i've been having problems with PCs. I would like to hear everyone's opinion.

P.S I apologize if this post is in the incorrect forum.
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It depends on what you use your computer for, and what kind of software you already have. Windows is the "standard", but I understand Macs have superb graphics capabilities.

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Depends on what your taste of graphs is. If you're used to Mac, I would keep using it. But If you're used to Windows, you might want to try Mac or something else.

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samiko

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shall i be honest?? you can have neither!
MAC is nice and secure. It doesn't have the problems of Windows but its very expensive and you need to buy specific hardware as it won't run under normal hardware.
Winodws is powerful and its easy to use and its cheap but it has many problems and its always targeted by viruses and trojans/spyware.

On the other hand, LINUX is comparable to Windows and its more powerful, its the cheaper option and most secure. It gets easier with usage.
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But linux isn't idiot-proof. So for noobies it's hard to figure out.

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When I went to school it was all pc/windows. The mac users were lost. They couldn't handle a simple glitch. The same goes for the work place. Everywhere I've worked, it's been pc/windows. If your working in a small company and you can fix the bosses pc, you will never loose your job.....
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