I have used a mac, nice colors but less functionality
Games: yeah ok get a console, last time I checked the biggest console out was the Microsoft Xbox 360, which syncs with your Windows computer and allows you to access your media library on your TV. Of course, I'm more of a PC gamer. That's where you get the best graphics, with the best graphics cards. Something a mac can only dream of displaying.
Mouse: This was just something that got to me when I first had to use a mac at a friends house years ago. Also the one mouse button on their laptops. However, built in mice on laptops on not the best on either platform.
Programs: I have a PSP, I have an Archos 404, I have a HTC P4000 Windows Mobile 5 phone. I would not be able to convert videos for my PSP or my Archos. I would not be able to sync my Outlook data and other files on my phone.
Virus and Spyware: I've used Windows XP for many years and Windows 98 and Windows 95. I have never had any issues viruses or spyware. This is because I run an antivirus and anti-spyware program, I have a router and a firewall. You can say that macs don't have viruses, but that just isn't the case. If you can run programs on it and it connects to the Internet you can get viruses. I've seen iPods with a virus for crying out loud. The reason you don't see any many viruses on macs is because far less people use them.
Restarts and crashes: I don't know what motive users are doing, but my Windows computer hasn't crashed in weeks. The last time it did was because of a buggy game that required patching. Not Windows fault the developer put out an unfinished game. By the way, I know people that use macs. They also crash.
In the end it's whatever you like. You want a Mac I say all the power to you. I like their designs and some of their concepts. It's just not for me. I'd have to replace too much hardware and software. And give up somethings I cannot do.
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