I don't mind derailing one of Natty's threads, so I'm going to talk about OS systems.
Overwatch_Elite wrote:Let's not turn this into a debate on operating systems. While I think sam is stupid for even saying mac is better, I respect his opinion because if you just like to browse the internet, write papers, and listen to music then a mac or iphone is great. If you like to do anything else then get a computer or android.
First off, Macs are computers, and actually predate PCs, even though they are both personal computers, one of them uses windows instead. It should really be Mac vs Windows, because that actually makes sense.
Second, I think Macs are better for many reasons. Obviously for gaming windows is better, but Mac is getting better in that regard. I think in every other aspect, Macs are better computers. My 4 GB RAM Mac works better than the 8 GB RAM Windows I used to have. (which broke for no reason, no malware, just died)
I wish I did have that Windows back because gaming on it could be really sick, and I really need to finish sphincter Cell. But overall, Windows have been a constant source of disapointment. I've been through a Desktop, (2000 XP 564~ MB RAM) Laptop (2005 XP 2 GB RAM) and another Laptop (2010 OS 7 8 GB RAM, which broke in a week for no reason) and the Mac I have now has never given me a hardware problem. The computers were made by Dell, Compaq, and HP and so I've covered all the bases.
The Macs are more expensive argument is also bullshit. For the security, quality, and OS, it could cost another $500 and still be justified. Unless it's gaming, Windows are pretty much useless. (BTW, the Mac was about $1,200 dollars and all the Windows were about $1,100, plus prices for anti-virus protection)
Maverick wrote:A: My phone (i'm writing this on it) is one year old at 25th of december. I've had zero problems whatsoever.
B: Wow you must have had a bad pc if this is your expirience. Also i don't use iTunes. I'm actually not entirely sure what it's for.
A: Oh shit, you only have 5 more days of use on that phone. Hope you have a good upgrade contract.
B: As I mentioned earlier this post, they are all pretty good spec computers. iTunes lets you put music onto your phone easily, you can import CDs and buy music and it stores it conveniently. You can save playlists and sync with your phone without even needing it plugged in. Very useful if you listen to a lot of music.