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I tried one the other day and I don't get how it's better than a pc, if anything it was more confusing and akward. Can anyone enlighten me?

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you have to use it for a week to understand how much stable , fast and easy to use it is

and the more you use it , the more you like it

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i just started using powerbook G4 its great but programming is dificult for because i am used to windows plus u cant save i text file with a .java extention and i wanna upgrade to OS X 10.5.11...any ideas.

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I have both PC and Macs... I mostly use the Mac.

When I have to go over to the Windows World I find it confusing and awkward... but I have to admit, that's more a comment about me than the machines.

Up until a couple of months ago, I was using a 6 year old Mac Pro it was rock solid, produced a ton of work and never let me down. When I ask my Windows buddies what they would do with a 6 year old PC they tell me that it'd be virtually unusable.

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In general, Macs have better hardware, look better, and are (currently) not subject to the plethora of Spyware and Viruses that plague Windows PCs. This is a big deal.
Windows PCs tend to be cheaper (Although you can find plenty of high-end machines) and there is a great deal more software available.
If you're an unsophisticated, email using web surfer, get a Mac and you'll enjoy years of virus free computing.
If you want to use powerful web design, image manipulation, CAD, gaming software, get a PC.
As far as the interface goes, that's just matter of spending time with it. I don't see anything inherently "better" about either.

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