ANSWERS: 8
  • Neither. HP
  • Well I have a Mac and for over 7 months, it hasn't given me a problem to worry about. No viruses, crashes, or any of that kind of that stuff, just pure quality.
  • Mac is not a brand of PC, it is an OS (operating system) the same as windows xp or vista is. My personal experience with Dell is very bad! They do do real good computers at real good prices, but if the comp breaks, you might as well through it in the bin! They are CRAP!!! If I were you I would go with any other brand of PC, Macs are generally faster than PC's but are not as user friendly.
  • I have owned Mac's for years. I still have an original Mac in my office that works just fine and dandy - every Mac I have gotten rid of worked as well as the day I bought it. I currently have the "Drive-in movie screen" iMac and I love it to death- and it never gives me problems. I have also owned PC's over the years (I'm in software development) and haven't really found a reliable solution. The best PC's were those I built myself, because I was able to pick only high-quality components. If I were to buy a PC pre-made today, I'd buy a Dell with a full warranty - and a good external hard drive for back-ups... cause you'll need it when (not if) you have a problem.
  • I'm about to get the new dell xps 420. Its got GREAT specs. I've never had a dell before, but I just need its specs for gaming and the such. fast processor speed, great video/graphics card (nvidia GeForce 8800 GTX), Good HD (640, more than enough for me), enough RAM (3gb) quad core. so it looks like a happy future for me and my new comp.. has anyone here had an xps. Like, the old one. aparently its better than the 420, probably comes with its enormous size.
  • Mac is the best PC cause it runs on Windows and Mac OS X. Plus its operating system i the best out there(Mac OS X). When u buy a PC usaully the average American doesnt know what to customize on the PC. They usally choose the one with he biggest hard drive when that is only storage for the system, which is important don't get me wrong, but Memory (RAM) and prosessor speed is important as well. When ''Windows Vista'' first came out people thought Microsoft had developed a bad and slow operating system, but when it was the producer of the PC's fault for not plutting enough Memory in the computer or taking atvantage of the average American by not offering the proper amount of Memory at a fair price. Windows Vista needs at least 1GB of Memory to function properly (2GB preferabley). When you order a Mac the minimum amount of memory in their cheapest computer is 1GB and in their highest priced computer the greatest amount of Memory is 32GB, andd that is amazing! So Mac is the obveous choice!!!!!!!!!
  • Both have their pro's and cons but they are hardly comparable. For example you cannot play games or run business programs on a Mac and are limited to one store. Whereas on a Windows or Linux PC you are not and can do a lot more with them.
  • Both have their pro's and cons but they are hardly comparable. For example you cannot play games or run business programs on a Mac and are limited to one store. Whereas on a Windows or Linux PC you are not and can do a lot more with them.

Copyright 2018, Wired Ivy, LLC

Answerbag | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy