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    Which is better? Go!
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    Everyone needs a Mac. The reasons are endless: better software, more security… Sadly I've not got enough room to parrot all the advantages!
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    (Original post by Dez)
    Everyone needs a Mac. The reasons are endless [...]
    The ability to blend in with a Starbucks crowd. :smug:
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    PC. Cheaper, easier to replace components if they break, and you don't look like a prat.
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    Well it's all about Windows imo. Although in politics, it's quite funny how in the class everyone gets out their macs like a sea of Apple
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    I've both. I prefer my mac because it still works as well as the day I bought it 2 years on. My PC is just not as easy to use. [snip]
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    Isn't it obvious? Macs are so much easier to use!

    When I was a Windows user I had no idea what I was doing!

    What is this start thingy?
    [snip]
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    PC for sure.

    I used a Mac recently for the first time and had no idea wtf to do - I felt like I'd never used a computer before
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    (Original post by Hippysnake)
    Isn't it obvious? Macs are so much easier to use!

    When I was a Windows user I had no idea what I was doing!

    What is this start thingy?
    How do I open this folder?
    What is this number at the bottom right of my screen that changes on an almost minute to minute basis?
    How do I open Word?
    What is double click?
    What's this arrow doing on my screen?

    Then I got a Mac, and everything became so much easier! To me, the £1000 premium was absolutely justified in that sense!
    How long after you bought the mac did you figure out how to troll? Keep working on it
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    PC. Cheaper, more upgradeable, more programs to install, no pretentious Apple employees judging you, and you can install Linux easily.
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    (Original post by malteser87)
    How long after you bought the mac did you figure out how to troll? Keep working on it
    Almost instantly, the power of Mac is incredible!
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    (Original post by Hippysnake)
    Almost instantly!
    *girljizz* amazing
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    Mac for work, PC for gaming.
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    Definitely mac XD

    Anything apple!


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    PC for games, cheaper, customisable.
    Mac for hand-held granny proof writing, and for hardcore coding and pro-software.
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    Mac, always. The only annoying thing with my MacBook is I can't do the HDMI magic with it...
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    Mac.

    Far more reliable in my experience.
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    PC

    More powerful per £

    More software available without having to "emulate"

    Easy repairs

    No soldered in memory chips [snip]
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    PC. It just works. And there are like no viruses.
 
 
 
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