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Which way do you float?

Which way do you float? Mac or PC...

Comms Express asks the question: Which way do you float?

Which way do you float? is an ongoing series of questions, which will see us put out a selection of questions, alternative duo’s, along with a few observations and then ask for your input, from which we can ascertain  Which way do you float? Easy enough!

Our first twosome up for debate is: are you either a Mac or PC kinda person?

Now we know that this debate in particular is rather contentious but here are a few observations and we’ll let the great Comms Express followers decide!

First up the big Mac

A Mac looks great.

Generally a Mac will crash less and the booting up and shutting down process is more reliable and quicker

You’re now hooked up with Apple, perhaps one of the greatest software companies in the world. Stringent attention to detail as to all their applications is at the forefront of Mac philosophies.

Great after sales assistance

Logical, minimalist interface means less learning

Less security headaches

The operating system contains less, how can we say it ‘junk’ 

Now the PC

Hey PC’s can also look great!

PC’s are generally cheaper.

An endless number of options when buying a PC, compared to a more limited choice when it comes to a Mac

More memory in standard models

Availability– although there are more and more Apple stores springing up a PC is available from a wide range of outlets and manufactures.

PC’s have an endless array of additional features, many of which on a Mac come as additional extras, or you just do without.

With so many PC’s on the market, all running Windows, the sheer numbers means that there is more software written.

So let us be clear: both offer a great user experience, the web is still the web! One thing is for sure it is a debate that will rage on, so we’re just guilty of stoking the coals some more! J We look forward to hearing your views!

Until next time

About Steve Wilkin

Steve is the founder and Managing Director of Comms Express, he doesn't look old enough (he told us to put that) but has been in the Networking Industry for 24 years and counting. In that time he has seen the humble Network become one of the most crucial tools that any modern business has (just imagine your company without one).

He's a family man with a wife and two young Daughters to keep him in line, also he's an avid Spurs supporter (well no one's perfect).

You can follow Steve on Google+