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The question has gone on: Mac or PC? Simple answer: Mac. Apple, Inc. makes their Mac computers which run MacOS X, or Operating System Ten. They also make such products as the iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, and more. PCs are made by several different companies like Lenovo, HP, Dell, but their operating system is made by Microsoft, the company behind the XBox 360, and many other assorted products. This operating system is called Windows. Now that you know a bit about the companies who are responsible for Macs and PCs, let me show you why Mac is superior.
Macs certainly do not have fewer games than PCs. In fact, they have more games than PCs, because all PC games work on Mac. With Apple’s new dual-boot software called Bootcamp, you can run Windows on a Mac. This gives you availability to all Windows games, plus mac games. When you ad games for the iPod, iPhone, Mac, and PC together, you get a truly amazing number. The great part about this is, Boot Camp comes built in on every Mac.
PCs have many, many versions. The options you have go from home to ultimate, just in the newest version, Vista. Windows XP also, has many versions. It can be very confusing to have to choose which package you want, when your PC already has pieces from several different companies. Mac OS X comes in one version: Leopard. It ispre-installed on every single Mac, and to upgrade to Leopard only costs $150, where as different version of XP and Vista cost much more. The simplicity of Apple’s products make them do what they do best. They just work.
Macs are customizable. Contrary to popular belief, Macs make it very easy for one to upgrade their RAM, or Random Access Memory, the most common for of customization. All you need is some effort. Just spend some time taking it apart. It is far from impossible. Find the screws on the bottom of your iMac, Mac pro, or other computers, then work from there. You may also customize your mac on Apple’s website whilst buying it, so it shouldn’t be a problem. You can configure your RAM, monitor size, etcetera with the click of a mouse.
Macs, overall, are lower in cost than PCs. Macs have better parts, a more user-friendly operating system, and more overall quality. When, on first glance, you see a higher price on a mac than a PC, remember that Macs are made from Aluminum, glass, and high grade hardware. Macs don’t get viruses. Apple, Inc. exercises a great deal of quality control on software, and on their OS. Mac crash occurances are extremely rare. Macs still running OS 9 are still know to work at the library without a problem. with Mac, you get what you pay for, and then some. Even then, it’s not the cost, it’s where that money is going. With Macs, money goes to the right place.
All in all, arguments against mac are not plausible. Apple is very good at making sure their customers get what they want. Apple delivers when it comes to quality, and they have a high standard. It has been said, “Once you go Mac, you never go back.” Windows is know to crash much more often, get viruses, and worst of all, the Blue Screen of Death. Google the answers to all of your questions about that. Macintosh is truly the superior operating system.