This has got to be the most tiring of all computer questions that exists out there. In my opinion, it no longer matters. The platform is irrelevant. What you do with a computer is what matters. They are basically the same machine now. They both use... read more
i actually just wrote an article on this earlier today! feel free to read my unbiased view on that!
by Chelsea Carter-Kern 9 years ago
Mac or PC? Which one is better?
by Marianne Sherret 7 years ago
Should I buy a mac rather than a pc laptop, even though a mac is more expensive?I need a new computer. My boyfriend keeps telling me that Apple computers are far more reliable, faster and better than any PC, but they are a couple of hundred pounds more expensive. Is it worth it?
by Edward Zhang 10 years ago
PC or a Mac?Macs are gaining momentum lately. I've always been a PC guy, but I'm not necessarily biased towards one or the other. It would be nice to know what everything thinks, and you enjoy using your respective computer.
by William Benner 7 years ago
Do you use PC or Mac, laptop or desktop computer to write?
by Michael 10 years ago
Laptop or Mac?which do you prefer? I am actually writing a comparison hub on it right now and am wondering about other people's opinions.
by Jeff Davis 12 years ago
what do you choose, macbook or pc?spending my money on a new laptop in the next few days. leaning towards a macbook. any insight?
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