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Stefan Friend CPSCI 120-03 Reflection 1 PC vs Mac With all of the advertisements bombarding the public it may be hard to decide what to believe. I know that when I looked at computers, for instance, I saw an advertisement saying that something was faster, or stored more and assumed it must be the best option. As with anything, I learned that investigating and understanding makes a huge difference, especially when putting out several hundred to a thousand dollars for a computer. In the computer science class we looked a little more in depth at the biggest rivalry in the industry: Microsoft versus Apple, PC versus Mac. I learned more about this high-powered battle for the computer industry then I even realized there was to know. For starters, you cannot trust to habit and assume that something about PCs or Macs is the same as it was 10 years ago, 5 years ago or even a few months ago. Both companies have continued to push the other to improve their products and the results are getting better all the time. PCs, which typically run Windows, are still the most common
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course CPSC 120 taught by Professor Cathyhochrine during the Fall '08 term at Clemson.

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