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    mac vs pc

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    The Macintosh & PC have plenty to offer between it's operating systems, but takes on it's own path of intending to their machines & draws its audiences to their know-how base on user preferences. The topic that is being introduced in of the major clashes in know-how is Mac Vs. PC, That has always been an argument between the & will always have a debating situation, what side are you'reyou're on. These topics that will be covering today will be hardware, program, pricing, repairs, bugs, & expandability

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    Why Mac is simply better than PC My thesis is to show why Mac is better than PC. The debate has continued Mac vs. PC. Buying a Mac is like buying a Mercedes Benz it is quality and unique. Buying a PC well it’s like buying a bad copy of Mac. If your time has value you should use a Mac. There are hundreds and thosands of PC’s but they all are a waste of time and money. Tell your Windows friends that Windows 95/98 etc is a great graphical user interface, and it ought to be: It was borrowed from the

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    Mac vs. PC

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    Abstract For many years there have been a small group of Mac users who continue to claim that the hardware and software platforms they have been using is superior to the PC Intel based platforms. America was not buying into that claim and 90% of computers used are Intel based. (Lai, E. (2007) Vista, Mac Use Both Increase. Retrieved January 9, 2008, from PCWorld Web site http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,140422-page,1/article.html). Recently, Mac switched its central processing unit (CPU) to Intel

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    PC vs. Mac

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    Computer and Apple’s Macintosh become blatantly obvious with a visit to the nearest electronics store. A PC is a more intelligent purchase than a Macintosh due to their affordability, variety, and security. The first factor considered by many consumers when selecting a new computer is affordability. In this arena, Macintosh loses to the PC almost every time. The lowest costing model of Mac cost roughly $600, and from there it only gets worse. The next model up is around $1000, and the most expensive

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    PC Vs Mac

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    Computer or a Microsoft-based PC? Microsoft effectively won that operating system debate years ago and claims more than 90% of the PC operating system market. But in the push to legally sell digital music, Apple and Microsoft, and their incompatible file formats, are at it again. Consumers are in the position of having to choose as hardware makers line up behind either Microsoft or Apple's software format. Hewlett-Packard's recent surprise decision to snub longtime PC partner Microsoft and offer

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    Mac vs. PC

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    Steve Job’s Mac versus Henry Edward Robert’s PC has been a long debated topic between the people of the electronic world. The Mac is one of the most highly appraised computer systems in the country. Even though only about ten percent of computer owners use Macs the percentage is definitely increasing. Most of these people are drawn to the Macs because of their futuristic aesthetics and operating system. Also, many people love the unique features that the Mac offers, such as, being able to show

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    Comparison of Mac Vs. PC

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    "Hello I'm a Mac, and I'm a PC" (Wikipedia). Many people who watch television or online videos might come across the "Get a Mac" advertisement campaign launched by Apple Inc. personifying the more youthful Justin Long as the cool, hip Mac system and the older, more seasoned John Hodgman as the PC. The "Get a Mac" commercial series depicts the efficiency and user friendliness of Mac while comparing it to the problematic PC. Though the commercial series might seem convincing in favor of the Mac products

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    business user to buy--an Apple or a PC that runs Microsoft Windows software? Used to be simple to pick a personal computer for home use but if people wanted a simple software computer that would be Mac. If you needed lots of cheap computing power for complicated tasks, or didn't care so much about user-friendliness, you bought an IBM-style PC. Since PC have a more compatible system hardware makes it more versatile but vulnerable to malware and viruses but Mac and PC users are safer after installing

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    Mac vs. PC: The Debate and the Dilemma

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    Mac vs. PC: The Debate and the Dilemma Background of the Debate The debate between whether to buy Macintosh or buy a PC has been ongoing since Microsoft first introduced Microsoft Windows in November 1984. Apple Macintosh had developed its first personal computer, mouse and graphical user interface (GUI) in January of 1984. The debate has grown and has been the subject of many articles and even is the main high light of various websites. This frequently heated

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    Mac vs. PC: The Everlasting Debate In the world of computers, the choice of systems can be a complicated one. There are two competitors out there, PCs and Macs. Everyone has their own opinion on which is better, and there are many die-hard fans in each camp. The truth is, PC's are far more popular, and for good reasons, yet the Mac system is actually the more durable and useful of the two. Firstly we will consider software availability. The majority of computer users own PC's, both for work

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