November 11

There’s got to be a better way! Apple vs. PC?

Help a Nerd Out! This week’s question gets straight to the point. “I have a very simple question for the nerd community: Apple or PC?” 

Come on, guys… you know you have a passionate opinion!

There's Got to Be a Better WayLee B. I have a love/hate relationship with MAC. I REALLY wanted to switch over at work, but our predominantly PC culture made it almost impossible. I had to run parallels to be able to do my job! Outlook was a nightmare for viewing multiple calendars (I’m an Exec. Asst.) Finally “gifted” that puppy to a co-worker who doesn’t have the same issue I deal with. So – back to PC for me. But, I DO have an iPhone!

Tami S. Like Joelle, I only know PC. Too lazy to try something new. For me, if it works, don’t fix it.

Joelle A. I have a PC… Never tried Mac.

Bonnie Jo D. I have a Mac running Windows with VMWare.

Eileen B. Apple all the way!

Pamela K. PC! cut my teeth on it and still love it!

Limitless. We moved everything to Apple to many issues with our PC’s! So far more efficient work time and zero downtime.

Stephanie D. PC

It’s an age old debate! We have both at Nerdy HQ.  Until next week, nerds!



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