I am a PC fan. I am completely fine with no venturing into the Mac world.
Everybody that ever have owned a Mac knows what´s the correct answer. Using a Mac is an experience that makes 99% of people who make the change never look back. Mac OS X is solid as stone. I own a Retina Mac Pro and everyday use is exquisite. That doesn´t mean you can´t make great work with an old PC.
well i prefer pc, mac its really beauty but expensive, pc has the option to upgrade, and well for me pc give me more performance when i use 3d software at my work
i've been using windows for the past 15 years but recently i'm getting increasingly frustrated with it (using win 8.1 at the moment). It seems to me that with every update things are really getting worse, more problems, more glitches, things stop working (i'm talking about the regular auto updates). all this is very frustrating and (eventually) amounts to a considerable amount of down time - lately i've been seriously considering changing over to MAC, but is it realistically that much better? most people seem to be happy enough with it and praise it, but how stable is it in reality? i'd love to hear from someone who's changed over from WIN to MAC in a design / print environment (i'm talking a small print shop). thanks
i never would change back to pc. mac works better than windows and of course the devices looks much better ;-)
Mac here. PC user for years but after I switched, I never looked back.
I've used Windows a lot, mostly for gaming and some simple audio/video stuff, then started working on an iMac at my college and never went back. Mission Control is ultra useful to me, plus the stability of the OSX structure. I also have a 2011 13'' MBP which works like a charm.
PC all the way. I hated working on a mac when I worked outside the home.
Apple all the way. I am still using the original 8-Core Mac Pro that came out 6 years ago and it's still running great!
because: no virusproblems and plug&play
really love the mac for design...but unfortunately until now i just can still dreaming to get it..only able to feel the OS X in my pc..
it's PC for me,
mac is good but I prefer PC, start from price and also application PC has a wide vary of them.
PC is custom too, arranged it as we wish
Im forced to work on a mac most of the time. It's ok, but not good either. What bothers me the most is that (hardware-wise) with any mac, you get less bang for the buck than with a PC. Also I've noticed that many Mac-Users aren't even fully aware of what hardware their Mac has inside?!