PC or Mac?

by usfemail 4 replies
It is time for me to purchase a new computer as mine is on its last leg. However I am unsure as to invest in a PC or Mac. My significant other wants to get a Mac but I have no idea as to how this differs from a PC.

So I thought I would ask this question as since everyone here is always on there computer and I thought that I would be able to get a definite response if one is better than the other?

Anyway looking forward to what everyone prefers either PC or Mac.

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Anderson
    If you get one just make sure it has intel chips so you can install windows.

    Then install Paralells so you can run both osx and windows at the same time.

    Presto you have a Pac or is it an Mc...

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  • Profile picture of the author Alan Petersen
    There was a 50+ replies on this same exact subject not long ago. Check it out:

    The Warrior Forum - Mac or PC???
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  • Profile picture of the author MicahF7
    Originally Posted by usfemail View Post

    It is time for me to purchase a new computer as mine is on its last leg. However I am unsure as to invest in a PC or Mac. My significant other wants to get a Mac but I have no idea as to how this differs from a PC.

    So I thought I would ask this question as since everyone here is always on there computer and I thought that I would be able to get a definite response if one is better than the other?

    Anyway looking forward to what everyone prefers either PC or Mac.

    Thanks
    Buy a mac!

    MOST people buy a PC becouse they cant afford a Mac...

    MOST ( if not all ) PC users who LOVE there PC have never used a Mac!

    Macs seem to be better in every way...

    Thats what i would do..


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    • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
      Get a PC.

      With a new Mac, which run on Intel chips these days, you can run the MacOS and still install Windows if there are any programs you want to run that aren't available on the Mac. So, it really, really expands the range of software applications that are available to use. And, you can always use the version that works best for you. If you share the computer and you prefer PC over the Mac, and it's vice versa for the other, things work out fine. You can switch between the two!

      And Mac programs are, usually, easier to use as well. So you can spend more time working on projects, instead of working on the computer, if you know what I mean.

      But, it looks like you may be competing in some of the same niches as I, so I'm going to recommend you get a PC. Okay? Thanks!
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