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...o many less viruses. Also, windows computers have a lot of antivirus software so this at least helps them fight viruses. Also if someone wants to attack an apple computer then they can attack any because all the computers are the same but windows computers have more variety. (HP, Dell, Toshiba…) The third argument against Apple is that design isn’t important. People say that windows computers can still be very high quality or low quality because there is more variety and it is up to the user to choose depending on their preference and their budget. They also think that convenience isn’t as important as a good working computer.
After considering all the arguments, the Apple Mac is still better. Even though PCs can be cheaper, sometimes they are actually more expensive and are not worth the price because Macs have better security, convenience, and user-friendliness.
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