But the Apple does tend to run more so there's that. If it wasn't for my work on apps I'd get an Apple.
The XPS is a fine choice and CNET consistently upvotes it.
As to Office, if you can, try out LibreOffice as it's on Apple, Windows, Linux and what else?
If you get Office for Apple, I don't see you having much issue or steep learning ahead.
Got a big question. Could you help me out? I'm about to buy a new laptop and I'm thinking about Dell XPS 13 9360 FHD I7 processor 256 gb 8 gb RAM, or MacBook Pro 13 2016 256 gb 8 gb RAM i5 non touch bar.
I personally love both, but can't decide which to choose. I love Mac's touchpad and keyboard - generally the whole design of it. On the other hand, I've never used OSX. I'm working on Mcs Office and I don't know if Apple's Pages Keynotes etc. will do well. I like Windows a lot, but I think I would get used to OSX. I'm a student, I need a machine for web browsing, work like writing and opening documents and stuff, watching films and such things. I'd like to also ask about Office for MacBooks. Is it similar to the Windows one or isn't it? Can Pages be used as Word, and the documents, do each other open their docs without any problems?
I'll be really thankful for some good response that will help me choose.