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growwhereyouglow growwhereyouglow 36-40, F 22 Answers Nov 11, 2012 in Hobbies

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Mac all the way , Mac rules

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:D

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mac

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I have an iPad, iPod classic, two laptops and a desktop. I am about to get an iPhone, hubby, too - can't wait. I am a Mac Airbook "wanna-be".

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Good variety...I love Macs...I really do. I can't say one is better or not as I"m sure both are equally good...I just have an 'ease of use' with Macs...now I'm attached.

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PC.....I sell both, but prefer PCs. While the Macs are more stable on the software side, I've seen that the hardware in a Mac is no more reliable than a PC, and more costly to repair when there is an issue.

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I use a Mac right now, but it's only cause my friend gave me free mac software. If you were to give me free PC software, I'd be using a PC. They are both the same to me.

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Take the blue pill. Install Ubuntu Linux on your computer. You may have to pay for a DVD or two and some broadband Internet access.

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I wish every computer used linux. Can I still use my adobe suite of products?

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PC. Why pay crazy prices for a commodity?

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Mac now. It's fast and doesn't crash! Why can't Windows do that? ;-)

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I know what you mean...people that write viruses and stuff like that, mostly do it for pc's because more people have them...so they seem to get it more.

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mac

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Mac.

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PC

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PC for life. I only use Mac's when I have too. But a PC can do a lot more a lot better.

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Well, im an AMC kinda person! WALKING DEAD ALL THE WAY!!! :D

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haha.... ;}

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Linux.

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Much more than that -- OS X is just another Unix derivative like Linux, and you can also install Linux on Mac hardware. Linux isn't limited to Intel/AMD chips, either; if you can find them, you can also compile for RISC chips. Admitting to being a cheapskate ... I mostly like the idea of buying service and support when I need it instead of product licenses from either Cupertino or Redmond.

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PC, although I really have nothing against macs.

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