“Last week’s column on pondering a new PC, and the possibility of throwing over Windows for Apple, brought in a tidal wave of forum posts and email — and more evidence that the consumer-PC market is turning in Apple’s favor,” Jason Fry reports for The Wall Street Journal.
“Email after email came from people who had recently switched from Windows to Macs, or were planning to do so once OS X 10.5 — Leopard — comes out next month,” Fry reports. “Many of those emails came from people who were longtime, dedicated Windows users, including engineering types who had resisted what they saw as Apple hype. (Another theme that emerged from my correspondence: Vista was the final straw for a number of Windows users. Microsoft has a problem on its hands there.)”
“I know looking through an inbox is anecdotal evidence — but there was an enormous amount of it,” Fry reports.
Read the emails offered in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Christer,” “Melanie ‘MacSmiley'” and “Michael” for the heads up.]