[macvoiceover] Re: macs vs pcs

That is an excellent top ten list.
On Nov 4, 2009, at 2:49 PM, ashley wrote:

Let's see...

1. Mac's crash less.
2. No viruses.
3. Better accessibility in some areas.
4. Easier to use, get work done quicker.
5. Cheaper - by the mac and you don't have to buy anything else to make it accessible. 6. Loads of freeward availible - just go to softpedia or pure mac to get loads of free software. 7. Cheaper upgrades. The upgrade to windows 7 costs about as much as a netbook. The upgrade to mac OSX snow leopard from leopard was 25 pounds. 8. Speed. As you add apps, mac's don't generally slow down as much as windows computers. I have just over 300 apps on this mac and not slowed down a bit. 9. Quieter. Macs are generally quieter than computers, and they stay cooler. They are better for the environment. 10. More fun! Because of all these reasons (and more) the mac is much more enjoyable to use!
There you go, my top 19 reasons to by a mac.

HTH!

Ash
On Nov 4, 2009, at 7:37 PM, dennis wrote:

could someone who switched to a mac from a pc tell me what is better about a mac? what am i lookin at price wise? your thoughts ar appreciated.

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