Pc Or Mac
Posted 11 November 2004 - 06:35 PM
Previously I had to use PC's because of my business but now I am doing more and more photography with huge files. Thanks for giving me some input
Posted 05 September 2005 - 01:15 PM
Posted 05 September 2005 - 04:46 PM
I was after a new monitor and after pricing the PC with the spec I wanted plus the cost of a good monitor the price was comparable to buying a mac.
I bought the iMac G5 20ins sceen and have never looked back. I wish I had bought a mac years ago.
It is beautiful to look at. I have Bluetooth and wireless mouse and keyboard.
It is simple to use
it is compatible with PC so can open PC files and PCs c an open your files
It is full of fantastic integrated software i iPhoto/iMovie/iDVD/iTunes.
It is virus free.
it Syncs with my iPod
When you add a printer or a scanner or other hardware - it just finds it and reads it.
This screen is amazing.
I cant ell you enough how i love my mac.
I go now to my PC and it is full of files and folders all over the place and its frankly - a mess. Software all over the place. om my mac the software is all together and is all simple and doesnt put files everywhere.
Posted 11 October 2005 - 10:12 PM
If your main uses are for visual arts, photoshop, graphics, digi art, film and sound, then Mac is tops.
If you were into programming, webbie and techie stuff, then PC would be more suitable, as most of that software is PC.
Mac: -Cost +Ease of use, intuitive +Can reinstall OS without affecting your files and software + Visual arts oriented +Firewire and USB2 speed
PC: -Confusing to use -Reinstalling OS screws up all your files and software (in my experience, and often makes no difference to the original problem) -Mysterious in its neuroses and repair, to put it nicely -Hidden files that act as system bombs when they hiccup -Need to Defrag drive often (have not had to defrag my 8 year old Mac since I've had it) +Color redition not as good
Slam dunk for me.
Posted 07 March 2006 - 12:02 AM
Recently I have started using PCs at work. I find them hard to understand and non-intuitive though if they are more buggy I don't have to deal with that. My mothers PC is so rubbish I stopped trying to use it and felt lucky that I managed to rescue my camera card and flashdisk unharmed!
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