PC vs. Mac
In the world of today’s technology there are two main platforms available for the average user, PC and Macintosh. Each platform has its advantages and disadvantages in terms of usability, customization and security. To determine which one is for a certain individual requires prior knowledge of the individual’s personal preferences and the purpose of what the individual will use it for.
Personal Computers, also known as PC’s, are easily upgradable. Hardware and software upgrades are a breeze to install on a PC system. If an upgrade on hardware or replacement was ever needed, there are various computer shops to help get the right components/equipment and the right help. Watching a few tutorials online and reading the instruction guides will help you pop in the new device and get it up and running in no time. From past experience on building computers, hardware and software compatibility is rarely an issue, unless parts themselves do not meet specified requirements. PC systems are made to handle a wide array of software and hardware changes with little to no money spent. Overall, PC systems, with the right knowledge, are easy to deal with it in any upgrade big or small.
PC systems have low priced parts and are widely available in most electronic stores. In my personal experience of building computers, I was able to build a PC system with the same speed and components of an iMac and spent only a fraction of what an iMac cost. The process of building a PC is much easier than Mac systems. The Mac Operating system requirements only cater to selective hardware components while PC’s are more versatile and have a wider spectrum of compatibility within different hardware components. While Mac systems are pre-built, PC building or “pre-build” PC’s are often more affordable and easily available.
Mac systems are user friendly and user interface is easy to look at. I’ve never personally owned a Mac system because of how expensive and overpriced those...