Ha, quite the interesting article :) Do you agree with it?
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- I myself find apple products disgusting i hate the way the operating system looks(Tablet, Pc and Mobile), and how it reacts to the user, I like windows, sure .NET sucks for websites, so i use Open-Source options, Linux is a good OS, but the gaming ability isn't there quite yet. Plus everyone seems to be forgetting the following fact -
Sure microsoft have some bad products, Windows 8 isn't as bad as people say, i'm using the professional version on a non-touch laptop, and it works fine for me, all my games seem to work fine on it, people don't scratch beneath the surface of a product (See what i did there? xD) especially when it seems that product is different.
And before anyone comes along and starts asking me if i've even scratched the surface of the Apple OS, I have, I used Macs when i was in secondary school, and they were horrible, i used them for a year and just didn't get along with them.
Of course when it comes down to it, it's what a user prefers, I use Android on phone and tablet, and Windows on my PC, if the gaming was there i'd have a small windows partition for visual Studio for the powerful Compilers and C development on the .NET framework for applications and An Ubuntu 12.04 for my web development and other uses. Apple is not the new Microsoft, it is a completely different niche in the market, sure they both have phone, computers and tablets, but the designs of their software is so unique and different from each other that they really can't be considered the same.Apr 30, 2013
- Sana AhmedModerator+1Jun 10, 2013
- Daniel ImbellinoOwnerYou're 100% right. I know first hand that Microsoft has the networking realm in the palm of their hands on an enterprise scale! My friend worked for Microsoft for close to 20 years, and he traveled to Brazil for months at a time to run GE's networks there, which were all based on Microsoft networking products. Apple is the loser in networking by far. When I took my networking courses in college, you would have to install special drivers and make all sorts of specialized configurations in order to get a single Apple device to run in tandem with a Microsoft based network. As far as Windows 8 goes, I've been playing with it myself recently, I like the concept, but its too buggy, non responsive at times, and is way to difficult to navigate. Microsoft should have thought twice before turning desktop OS's into a giant smart phone app for the home PC. Its atrocious at best. Actually , Windows 8 is as bad as people say it is! You have to move your mouse cursor to the far corners of the screens to pull up the main menus, and more often than not, it doesnt respond at all! You have to search for almost everything that was once easily accessible in Windows 7.Jun 10, 2013