Well some of the conditions which could influence you use whether AWT or Swing are:-
Eye Candy, Swing really gives you a lot more features when it comes to Eye candy, you can change the look and feel, add icons to buttons etc, which AWT would never allow
Second point is where do you expect your application to run ?, If you want it to run on just about any machine with any version of JRE (even 1.0 or 1.1) then you do not have a choice but need to go with AWT. (Since swing was added only in version 1.2)
AWT would also be an option in situations where limited CPU power or memory is an important factor.
But for day to day desktop applications I would any time prefer Swing over AWT
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