Griffar wrote:Really it depends on how you use your computer. There are several ways to use a computer and some programs are made just for certain things.
nindra wrote:Really, sometimes I feel bad for Win-users who has to take all the crap Mac fanbois throws at them. Example: DigiToday (Finnish IT-news site) wrote about a kid who managed to get some sort of MS-certificate. First thought everyone has: The cert just probably is easy to get and so on, "what's the news?". DING, +100 rating in the comments if you happened to say that out loud. Someone who also has done the cert gives insightful comment about what the cert-exam is like. DING, -100 rating. Same happens with every Win/Mac news. If comment is pro-iPhone/Apple/Mac, +100 rating. Pro-Zune/Win/Microsoft, -100 (and vice versa). And this is one of the reasons why I've become quite anti-Mac/Apple lately.
nindra wrote:Nutshell: Mac is for people who has too much money. And graphical/creative people
(and idiots). PC is for everyone else. And next one who says something about viruses, go to...potatoland. PC != Windows. On these past 4 years I've used PC without anti-virus, I've had NO viruses. Nor slow downs (actually, Dad's computer became way faster when I upgraded it from Ubuntu 6.06 to 8.04, magic?)
AthenaParadizo wrote:I prefer PCs because I enjoy writing. With Macs, it's harder and slower to cut/copy and paste, whatever they have that's a substitute for Word is more hassle than it's worse, and I'm so awfully confused by the absence of the right-click. Almost everything you can do with a right-click and select an option on PC is replaced by a maddening Command-something on Mac that you have to memorize.
True, PCs aren't as virus-repellant as Macs, but I don't use my computer for much (just Word, Paint, and the internet) and have nothing really important that can't be redone or replaced.
JetDragon1656 wrote:PC is better definallty because you don't have to go buying special stuff that only works for that computer and costs more money. Macs are not good for school at all either. Its kindof hard to to a powerpoint on a mac that doesn't have micrsoft powerpoint on it that you put on a flashdrive when you started it in class in the computer lab that only has PC's lol. As Mac don't hold up as well as a PC.
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