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Switch from Microsoft to Apple

Has anyone thought about going to a Mac environment for his shop?It seems like Apple is getting so popular now a days, so I wonder if they will ever catch up to the PCs in the business environment. At the consumer level, everyone seems to be switching to an Apple product. But not so much in the business world yet.

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Where you been?

I see Apple aplenty in the advertising and other creative art businesses. I'm left to guess you are not seeing many shops.
Bob

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depends on the business

In my experience with both, Mac offers more free/inexpensive solutions for software and graphic development but they don't have quite the variety for other business purposes. Having a career and a side business, I know the number cruncher, microsoft office user in me prefers my pc but the programmer, creative side of me is just as comfortable with the numerous software items mac has.

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