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Re: mac's and pc's and photoshop


From: John Kupcinski (jckup_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Feb 24 2001 - 20:44:15 PST

Thanks, Bill, for your reply. I figured there had to be a reason (graphic
designers/ industry use) other than personal preference. Your explanation
will lend support to our request (G4's/photoshop) when the budget handlers
start looking it over.


On Sat, 24 Feb 2001, Bill Sechler wrote:
>Most professional Graphic Designers and Publishing industry professionals
>use the Mac and many jobs require Mac experience. The Mac has a more
>simplified Short-cut menu and mouse click commands and the Mac chips
>always out perform the PC's no matter how many megahertz Bill Gates tries
>to pack into the PC over the Power PC (Mac chip), that is the reason the
>Mac is still viable. Plus the Mac is more stable in doing high end
>graphics and animation for the price. If you want a good PC the Silicon
>Graphics hardware is the best, a Mac is less than half the cost and will
>run the same software.