Quote: from Rkiver on 6:12 pm on June 15, 2003[br]Ok so a piece of machinery is better then a piece of software?
If you are going to compare something at least compare the same things............Comparing an OS to something that an OS runs on...why not compare a Ferrari F50 to Unleaded Petrol....see it makes no sense.True windows is buggy, PC's aren't. True Macs are stable, but no more so then pcs, it's the OS that makes a machine stable or not, not just the hardware. Think before you make a comment.
Just because Uplink is now available on the Mac a full 18 months after it came out on the pc does not mean all of a sudden more apps will be available on the Mac and people will suddenly switch.
As it stands PC's outnumber Mac's about 10 to 1, until that changes most apps and games will be the perview of the PC user, unless someone decides to port them over to the mac, as was the case with Uplink.
In otherwords, for now the PC reigns supreme....deal with it.
*Sighs* ok... lets go over this one...
1) The Mac system
is better in almost every perspective than the PC system. And the analogy you used is incorrect. It would be more like comparing the steering system of a really cheap car (in this case, the steering is Windows) to a steering system that you can only use in a really good car (Mac OS).
2) Pay attention to the real world. Look around you. Look at current apps. A heck of alot of them are for Mac.
3) True... but whats the problem with ported games? In most cases the ported game is better than the origional.
4) Perhapse in numbers, but look at the quality and benchmark tests.... well... Macs rule