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    Giigz1

    [1]Jul 11, 2010
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    Which one is better for operating system computer multimedia working between Macintosh and Windows?


    In my opinion, Windows performs better than Macintosh.


    First, Windows has various than Macintosh. Macintosh is only made by Apple but Windows made by several different manufacturers. And many programs support Windows. Second, the most upfront and obvious discrepancy between Macintosh and Windows is the cost. Macintosh range from around $1000 to $3000 but Windows can be found for as little as $400. Other than Windows can be found it keeps Windows around is cheap. Finally, Windows is popular in all levels of users. The large market share of the Windows, it is easier to find a repair center experienced with Windows issues when things go awry. And, Windows doesn't use the complex.


    In my opinion, if you like the convenience, Windows is an answer, because everything has supported Windows both performance and price. What do you thinks about that?

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    ArnonRakchart

    [2]Jul 12, 2010
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    I agree with you that Windows is more various than Macintosh on Windows is capable of many softwares. Many programmers around the world are trying to develop or produce their own software, and make them licensed or free-ware. I, myself, has not much knowledge on IT things, but since I've tried softwares on Windows PC and Mac PC with the same spec, and realized the differences. I would like to use Mac because Mac is fast and smooth, they also provide higher level of dimension, and Mac seldom freezes. So I prefer MAC. I can't tell which one is better. I think it depends on the users that which one of the OS they are used to.
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    CheatapornBua

    [3]Jul 15, 2010
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    in my view, Windows performs better than Macintosh.
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    JutalakSosan

    [4]Jul 15, 2010
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    Windows is cheap,I like it.
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    jimmy_seo

    [5]Sep 20, 2010
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    Mac has been around for quite a while still its no where near the popularity of Windows. Windows have got so many support softwares whereas Mac only a handful.
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    paulcelan

    [7]Oct 11, 2011
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    LuisStevie

    [8]Jun 20, 2013
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    windown to you, windown better use. There are several articles on your ne Win: HERE

    Edited on 06/19/2013 11:37pm
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    skbrettbug

    [9]Sep 7, 2013
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    I like Windows, it's got such a more user-friendly aura , if you would call it that haha
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