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So Mac or PC? >:D
02-13-2012, 07:44 PM
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I say PC, discuss :3

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02-13-2012, 07:50 PM
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PC FTW
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02-13-2012, 09:15 PM
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PC. But I completely understand if people want to pay big money for overpriced out of date hardware.
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02-13-2012, 09:39 PM (This post was last modified: 02-13-2012 09:40 PM by NewTendo.)
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PC Exclamation WINDOWS ROCKS Tongue

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02-14-2012, 06:38 AM
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Lol I didnt expect this to be as one sided as it was xD

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02-14-2012, 09:09 AM (This post was last modified: 02-14-2012 09:10 AM by Strembitsky.)
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PC wins mainly because you can have a variable of good to bad PCs. With macs, you can't modify much. You have the same mac as everyone else.


P.S. I am talking out of my donkey here, I have no idea xD

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02-14-2012, 12:17 PM
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Cut the butthurt.

Gaming:
Everything depends on what you are doing. If all you do is play minecraft and go on the internet *Cough killer cough* then there is absolutely no difference. If you play other games besides just that, it depends if the game is Mac compatible, PC compatible, or for both. Mac runs games just as well as PC, just PC has more games available for it.

Dev:
Running dev software on Mac and PC I find has little to no difference. The only thing I weep about is that Mac doesn't have CONText *sob* and compiling java isn't as easy on most programs as just hitting F9. Most java coding softwares on Mac don't have a built in shortcut to compile, so you have to do it through terminal. The only coding language I find buggy on Mac is C, C++, and C#. Many ("PAUSE"); ("SLEEP"); system commands are different and C has a tara API. Website design through HTML, CSS, PHP, and that has n difference.

Visual Dev:
Mac has a far greater compatibility for bluetooth and buttf*ck random devises used for art things, such as high sensitivity track pads for drawing. Photo transferring is easier and aliasing causes far less quality loss than on Windows. Photoshop and all those programs I find work the same on both OS's.

Summary:
Shut the f*ck up which is better, nobody gives a flying f*ck on your biased and fanboy opinions. Mac just has a bunch of a$$holes running the company and Bill Gates is a better guy than Steve Jobs ever was. Depends on what you do, visual developing is better on Mac, gaming is better on PC (THAT HASN'T BEEN SAID TWENTY F*CKING MILLION TIMES). The rest has no difference so go the hell outside.

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02-14-2012, 03:10 PM
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(02-14-2012 12:17 PM)Greyhillman Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Cut the butthurt.

Gaming:
Everything depends on what you are doing. If all you do is play minecraft and go on the internet *Cough killer cough* then there is absolutely no difference. If you play other games besides just that, it depends if the game is Mac compatible, PC compatible, or for both. Mac runs games just as well as PC, just PC has more games available for it.

Dev:
Running dev software on Mac and PC I find has little to no difference. The only thing I weep about is that Mac doesn't have CONText *sob* and compiling java isn't as easy on most programs as just hitting F9. Most java coding softwares on Mac don't have a built in shortcut to compile, so you have to do it through terminal. The only coding language I find buggy on Mac is C, C++, and C#. Many ("PAUSE"); ("SLEEP"); system commands are different and C has a tara API. Website design through HTML, CSS, PHP, and that has n difference.

Visual Dev:
Mac has a far greater compatibility for bluetooth and buttf*ck random devises used for art things, such as high sensitivity track pads for drawing. Photo transferring is easier and aliasing causes far less quality loss than on Windows. Photoshop and all those programs I find work the same on both OS's.

Summary:
Shut the f*ck up which is better, nobody gives a flying f*ck on your biased and fanboy opinions. Mac just has a bunch of a$$holes running the company and Bill Gates is a better guy than Steve Jobs ever was. Depends on what you do, visual developing is better on Mac, gaming is better on PC (THAT HASN'T BEEN SAID TWENTY F*CKING MILLION TIMES). The rest has no difference so go the hell outside.

-Hunter Smile

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02-14-2012, 06:42 PM
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PC, but imo if you break it down to visual asthetics(which is a legitimate break down since thats basically what an OS is for most people, a pretty command line) I say Mac, but PC has more users and is the "general computer" meaning if you're releasing a tutorial, software, virus(lul), device(phone/mp3), you're going to make it at least compatible for PC.

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02-14-2012, 08:20 PM
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(02-14-2012 12:17 PM)Greyhillman Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Cut the butthurt.

Gaming:
Everything depends on what you are doing. If all you do is play minecraft and go on the internet *Cough killer cough* then there is absolutely no difference. If you play other games besides just that, it depends if the game is Mac compatible, PC compatible, or for both. Mac runs games just as well as PC, just PC has more games available for it.

Dev:
Running dev software on Mac and PC I find has little to no difference. The only thing I weep about is that Mac doesn't have CONText *sob* and compiling java isn't as easy on most programs as just hitting F9. Most java coding softwares on Mac don't have a built in shortcut to compile, so you have to do it through terminal. The only coding language I find buggy on Mac is C, C++, and C#. Many ("PAUSE"); ("SLEEP"); system commands are different and C has a tara API. Website design through HTML, CSS, PHP, and that has n difference.

Visual Dev:
Mac has a far greater compatibility for bluetooth and buttf*ck random devises used for art things, such as high sensitivity track pads for drawing. Photo transferring is easier and aliasing causes far less quality loss than on Windows. Photoshop and all those programs I find work the same on both OS's.

Summary:
Shut the f*ck up which is better, nobody gives a flying f*ck on your biased and fanboy opinions. Mac just has a bunch of a$$holes running the company and Bill Gates is a better guy than Steve Jobs ever was. Depends on what you do, visual developing is better on Mac, gaming is better on PC (THAT HASN'T BEEN SAID TWENTY F*CKING MILLION TIMES). The rest has no difference so go the hell outside.

-Hunter Smile
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