Back in the good old year of 1984, Steve Jobs created the Macintosh. The first ever personal computer. This was revolutionary for the era and opened the gates for all types of different ideas and new inventions in technology. In the 80’s this was as good as it got. If you had the Mac, you were either rich or insanely popular. Well, times have changed. Now if you have a Mac, your parents probably don’t love you enough. Keep in mind, this is just my opinion. You don’t need to get so butthurt about it. Obviously Macs do have SOME good qualities but… well let’s just stick with that. I don’t need Mac tech support (a.k.a. Secret mafia) on me. Their new computers are pretty slick. They are thin and lightweight. However, the bluetooth mouse and the monitor are too thin. I don’t like constantly getting paper cuts whilst attempting to observe funny cat videos.
The new Macs that they have recently come up with do have good sound quality. I will give them that. Honestly, these are the only things in my opinion that a Mac can brag about. It’s rival Windows, has many a good quality. First off, gaming. Sure Macs are pretty good at basic tasks like the calculator and the application of code but, Windows trumps all. Gaming wise, i would never trust anything but Windows to run my games. The graphics quality and maneuverability and ergonomics of everything about the PC is extremely important. This obviously isn’t fair because I use a modified Alienware Aurora ALX which is basically a gift from the gods to play on. It runs amazingly and guess what? It isn’t a Mac. I have never tried gaming on a mac because in my opinion, it would be too rage inducing and i enjoy my blood pressure right where it is.
Windows also has easy access. You don’t need to run around your computer pushing about six buttons on the keyboard and searching for five hours to find a file you saved three years ago. It’s easy and simple to use. Remember all of this is just my opinion and based on my experience with macs. No need to send hate mail or any death threats over this blog.
By: Connor Sandall