SOURCE: African Business Review

African Business Review

June 21, 2011 19:11 ET

Mac vs. PC -- Which Keyboard Are You Tapping? In African Business Review

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Jun 21, 2011) - The Mac vs. PC debate has raged for quite some time. As our dependency on the internet and computer-based operations has increased, inevitably so has the focus on the range of products in the market.

Ultimately, this boils down to operating systems -- what is now the Mac OS X compared to Windows 7.

To be politically correct, this is a generalisation to an extent. Firstly, the term 'PC' stands for a personal computer, so technically includes any brand of computer or laptop. Also, because Macs use Intel chips, they can now run Windows if purchased separately, whereas the Mac OS remains exclusive to Mac computers.

But referring to a PC will, for most people, conjure up images of a typical desktop computer run on Windows. Like any argument worth its salt, there are pros and cons for each -- and stalwart fans of both. Indeed, there seems to be two sets of people; those in the Windows camp and those in the Apple one.

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