Computer ( Pc ) And Macintosh ( Mac )

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Since the 1990s, Personal Computer (PC) and Macintosh (Mac) users have waged a war about which system is better. At first PC users said Macs had under-powered processors and buggy software, while Mac users only stated “Windows 98.” Today the argument is much more complicated, and no one is going to win this war. Mac users will say the security, usability, and design are better, while the PC users will say the price, software compatibility, and choice is better. So there has always been this war about what is better, Mac or PC, but in the end it comes down to personal preference. PC and Mac have always had different core operating systems. For PC it can go back to Windows 98, then Windows XP, followed by Windows Vista and then Windows 7…show more content…
[Source: Steam]” (Pumphrey, Software). Also as Ali Lassoved stated in his review “Software and hardware change every six months. The life span of a computer is 2 years and shortening. After 3 years it is completely obsolete and barely runs properly. You’ll have to budget few grand for a computer every two years.”(Lassoued, Software) What’s more, Apple products are mostly sold from their own retail stores across the U.S. and parts of the world. But with PC which has many different manufacturers they sell from almost every electronic store. Just enter “Apple retail stores” and “PC retail store” into Google Maps and see that the PC stores completely outnumber the Mac stores. Next, PC has greater options in design. Mac has one or two basic designs while Pc, with at least over 15 manufacturers has hundreds of different designs, which are easily customizable. Though Mac spends years designing their computers, they were the first to make the all-in-one desktop computer. “Currently, Apple offers just five computer lines: the MacBook Air, the MacBook Pro, the Mac mini, the iMac and the Mac Pro. Even if each configuration of these models is counted individually, as of this writing Apple only offers a total of 18 unique computers” “PCs, on the other hand, come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Consumer Reports reviews 11 distinct brands of Windows-based computers, including Acer, Asus, Compaq, Dell, eMachines, Gateway, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, Sony
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