Mac vs Windows

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Tayco, Rossie Ansheline M.
BSN 3

1. What is the difference of Microsoft and Mac?
Windows computers are preferred by many because of how easy they can be to customize. Because of the way their hardware is designed, users can replace graphics cards, RAM chips, CD drives, motherboards and other internal hardware at their discretion. Most Mac models, on the other hand, are difficult to upgrade apart from RAM and a few other basic components. Most changes require a visit to an Apple store.

Windows computers are constructed from a number of parts from various manufacturers, which makes the end price rather inexpensive. Mac computers are less customizable and have greater hardware restrictions, so the price for a Mac is more than many Windows computers.  Windows' popularity is also a shortfall when it comes to security, as Windows suffers the most from viruses, spyware, adware and other malicious software than any other operating system. There are malicious programs made for Mac as well, but Macs aren't infected nearly as often. 

2. What useful software are commonly used for:
A. Windows
1. Microsoft Security Essentials
2. PDF Creator
3. Microsoft Office
4. Windows Movie Maker
5. Kaspersky Antivirus
B. Mac
1. Apple Boot Camp
2. AppleJack
3. Desktop Manager
4. iGetter
5. Yahoo Messenger
3. Name a software that may be used to access:
a. Windows on Mac
Fusion and Parallels both require a Mac with an Intel processor, a minimum of Mac OS X v10.4.6 Tiger, and 1GB of RAM. More RAM is always encouraged for a smoother experience while running Windows. Parallels asks for 100MB of hard disk space for the installation of the software (excluding Windows) and Fusion asks for 275MB of hard disk space (excluding Windows) for installation. Boot Camp is a built-in feature of Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard and requires a Mac with Intel processor....
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