06-26-2009 11:06 PM
12-28-2009 11:47 AM
While that is semantically true, "PC" has come to refer to a computer running the Microsoft Windows OS. Since even apple has adopted this meaning, I'd take this to mean that the common meaning is now solidified, and being anul about it just makes you look silly.
04-03-2011 06:26 PM
I just switched from PC to Mac and have come across a lot of problems. In addition to the learning curve which you'll surely have to climb, you'll find that a Mac doesn't fit well in a PC world. If you use the computer just at your business site, that might not be a problem. But I travel and give PPT presenations and have run into all kinds of compatibility problems, even tho I installed PPT for Mac. So if you're self-contained, you should consider a Mac. But if you need to interface with PC users, this could be a problem.And I miss the right click capabilities.
That said, there are a few good things to mention about Mac:
1. The support is superb. You get an immediate response by a knowledgeable techie who speaks English fluently.
2. The OS is supposed to be superior. You turn it on and it goes. No wait up time.
Hope this helps.
12-29-2011 12:29 PM
what kind of printer do i need to printout id cards? ive been researching for 2 days and i still have no idea what kind of priter i should get. it doesnt have to be top of the line but the printouts
08-16-2012 06:33 AM
I think say using PC with windows at home is the best option for personal use and for business I would suggest you for Mac since, this are pretty much faster than Windows. Moreover, you will have better security options in Mac to protect your business files and important data.