This may get some hate, but I like PC AND Mac. They both bring cool things to the table that the other doesn't... PC does most of the heavy lifting, I'll grant you. A dual boot solves a lot of problems, but does anyone run an OS that's a hybrid of both? I know a lot of you us Linux, which I've never touched.
TL;DR What is the ideal Information Technology machine?
This. The whole "Mac VS PC" thing was bullshit from Apple's marketing department to avoid having their asses sued off for lying about Microsoft or Windows directly. It's dumb, and even Apple has already stopped using it. It's time for the retards that latched onto it to follow suit.
Do you like dicks? - OSX
Do you like being productive and/or playing vidya? - Windows
Do you like wasting time on shit that doesn't work or stops working for random reasons and/or have a neckbeard? - Linux
I get what you mean, but it's always used as an insult (implication of homosexuality) in OSX threads, or heaps of other threads. Case in point >>47561494
That shit stopped being funny after middle school, so I can only assume the posters are in middle school
Possible? Sure, not that hard for a fella who has knowlage in working with in a shell.
But I tell you that a hackintosch on bare metal is way harder to maintain than any Linux or Windows OS. And doing a dual boot thing is a tricky thing.
Because MAC only runs on certain Hardware and needs to modify the BIOS to run propertly, you need to know how to boot with flags and do certain manipulation of configuration files. This might be hard if you don't know how to use a terminal. But it gets even harder when it comes to keeping this system up to date.
Something like an update from maverics to yosemite is the exact opposite then trivial.
Also keeping drivers up to date is a tricky thing. If you don't feel comfortable working in a shell/terminal/console, you will have a hard time bro.
I bump this with everything I have.
Except I want the laptop version. And not a crippled shitty laptop either. A laptop with a good graphics card, processor, and a nice large multi-touch touchpad.