Mac versus PC
There are two types of people in this world, the Mac lovers and the PC lovers. Depending upon whom you're talking to, the Mac vs. PC topic tends to lead to a never-ending debate. We all know these brands, and at one point have had at least one of them. I have come to notice that you will barely ever find someone who is in between. As to which computer brand is the best, it depends on your taste in software, hardware, and the price you are willing to pay for it. The public has seen enough innovating commercials that have truly made us believe that this specific piece of software, whether it be a PC or a Mac would change our life for the better. As for what would actually suit us best for our occupation is mostly disregarded during the purchase of a computer. It has now come down to what looks and feels best.
PC computers have existed for many years now and have been the only type of computer people have been used to. The making of Microsoft was sure to change the computer industry. Until 1976 when Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne became the founders of Apple Corporation. Regardless of the current competition, PC computers are known to have higher market shares in the industry but when asked what the public would prefer, the majority of the answers were Macs. Most home consumers normally choose PC over Mac due to its low price ranges and compatibility for gaming. PC is also preferred because of its maximum “customizability” to build your own computer; you can choose the parts and software you prefer and are able edit just about anything on the operating system. If you have no interest in “creating” your own computer you could easily choose from a variety of companies to get your PC from such as Acer, Hp, Dell, and Samsung. This ability to customize your computer to such a large extent is what makes the computer more vulnerable to instability. We all know the “stereotypes.” Mac users are known to be the haughty adolescent slackers with an...
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