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Re: Mac vs. PC

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Melissa Enderle (enderlml.wi.us)
Thu, 15 Jan 98 20:15:08 -0600


O.k. I'll admit it. I'm a biased, loyal Mac user. This past September I
bought a powerbook 3400, a mobile companion to my desktop Mac. The
Macintosh system, with its graphic interface dating back to the founding
1980's, is still the computer of choice for graphics professionals. The
Macintosh system boasts solid performance, lower rates of troubles, and
far fewer virus plagues. In the last few years, Macs have been the speed
demons- not PC's. With the introduction of the G3 processors, Macs have
once again showed their speed supremacy over PC's.
Apple Company has made some positive steps in marketing its excellent
product. It has dropped its prices, making them comparable to PC's. It
also has begun to increase its local presence, with large sections of
CompUSA's being devoted to Mac computers, software- and Mac-savy workers.
Truthfully, I can't even think of not using a Mac. It simply is the best
- and most friendly- computer, especially for graphics individuals.