I’m going to tell you straight out that I’m a PC kind of girl, always have been and always will be. I distinctly remember having a strong desire to own a Mac when I was younger, but it’s all about function over form for me now. Even though I still swoon at the sleekness of Mac, I’ve gotten attached to PCs over the years of using it for my design work. It has served me well for several years, and I’ve no doubt it will only get better from here.
I’ve used a Mac machine for work when I was still playing office girl, and I found it hard to use. I wasn’t quite as PC-savvy back then (though I’m still hardly a hardware geek now), but I was already favoring the latter over the former. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a PC fangirl by any means (not to the point of being rabid, at least). We have an iPad2 and I definitely appreciate the superiority of Apple products in the display department.
That being said, I love how some people get worked up over the issue. I have a friend who literally sputters at the mere mention of the subject. Suffice it to say me and my PC-inclined friends don’t hang much around him (mainly for fear of getting a saliva shower). Seriously, people need to chill. They’re just machines, after all.
I checked out Mac prices before writing this article and NOPE. Still not going to switch to Mac albeit the gorgeous and unbelievably thinner new iMac model. I’d rather upgrade my current set-up, thank you very much.
The perennial PC or the Mac debate is as fierce as ever, and while I don’t see the point of it (being that we are different people with different computing needs), I just have to ask, which do you use? A PC or a Mac?