PC. Cheap. Much envy of Macs.
I've used a PC for about 6 years and I do so only because I was developing a website and knew I would be relying on my daughter to assist me; she knows nothing about Macs.Biggest mistake of my life and one I'll forever regret making. Even though I've invested in software, I'm seriously thinking of switching back to faithfull Mac when this pc dies!
Interesting? AG just got a mac and she has been taking courses to get used to it. I thought they were supposed to be more intuitive.What's the real story?
Mac. Love it. Got hooked because my husband's agency uses Mac. We get ours through his company. Good perk. : )
Mac. Originally because my hubby, who's a core Mac guy, but now that I've used both, I'll never go back to a PC.
PC. I'd like a Mac, but the money thing prohibits that for the most part. Plus, I like how you can buy a crap PC and soup it up the way you personally want it. Mac seems like the Nazi regime of the computer world.
I use a Gateway laptop. But my first computer ever in college was a Mac.
I grew up on PCs but I kept killing them by ruining the power cords. I was so giddy when I saw that Mac laptops use the magnetic power cords <3!! I haven't killed this one yet!! Also, I love the layout of my Mac. And I love all the applications that they have. I also love that it's photography/creativity savvy. And it looks chic. And I love the mice. And I love that my work uses nothing but Macs. Love. Love love love.
I've always used a PC & LOVE my Toshiba laptop!...but, I also recognize the faults of the PC. Like EMoney, I'd really like to switch to a Mac someday but due to the cost, I don't see that happening any time soon.
MAC! My husband is a big Apple fan and we couldn't have it any other way. I got a laptop of my own this year and I've never been happier with any object. I love it.
PC -- no real reason other than it's my husband choice.
PC just because I have always had one.
I worked on Macs way back in the day of the "Classic" - they were much more intuitive to use, and were better for graphics. However, most workplaces I worked at used PC, so that's what I use now, and have for the last 15 years. I find the interface and graphics capabilities between the two systems have evened out substantially.
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