“At the risk of dating myself (actually, I’ll remove that risk — I’m 36), I remember when 3.5-inch floppy disks seemed cutting edge and an eight-megabyte video game seemed like a software behemoth,” Steven John writes for BusinessInsider. “I grew up using PCs — an Intel 386 to start off with, then a 486, and oh baby, did things get crazy when we got a Pentium — and, for reasons I can’t clearly recall now, disparaging Apple products.”
“Throughout high school and college, I stuck with the PC, going through several desktops and laptops,” John writes. “Then my wife started using a Macbook. The Asus laptop I owned at the time still had a few of years of service left in it, but it would be the last PC I ever bought. Why did I switch from PC to Apple?”
• Macs are just easier to use than PCs
• Apple products work well together
• Macs outlast PCs, in my experience (and in everyone else’s experience, too
• I know where to go for help with my Mac
• Buying Apple computers is more straightforward
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Macs outlast PCs, in my experience (and in everyone else’s experience, too). TFTFY.
Finally swallowed the red pill, Steven did. Welcome to the light, Steven! We’re sorry it took you so many years, but we’re glad you’re finally here!
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