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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by JohnnyApple, Feb 5, 2010.
I'm kind of curious how many PC users we have here vs Mac users.
Just for the record, I have 4 Mac's, 4 iPods, and 1 PC. I also use quite a few PC's for "work" servers and those run mostly FreeBSD plus 1 Linux box.
So, pretty diverse selection. But, my primary "workstations" are all Mac.
I have a macbook pro.
I have a Mac at home for my personal use.
I have an IBM laptop as a work laptop. And at my work i use Windows, Solaris, and redhat.
I have a PowerMac, my wife has a MacBook, my daughter has a MacBook and my son has an iMac.
Will probably be upgrading later this year either to a MacBook Pro or iMac.
However at work I have to use a Dell laptop. It freezes up a least once a day.
My main computer, and prefered system, is a Mac, but I have multiple PCs and Macs, the PCs running a variety of different OSes (I'm trying to Hackintosh one, too).
I have iMac 20 inch and a second Screen hooked in and a HP Media Center PC on my main desk. I have a network using the airport with 5 other PC and a Laptop. I'm admin of an office with Mac Pro server(mail and Database) With Two Mac Mini a 24 inch iMac and a MacBook Pro and Three PC's. Right now we running 80% in PC Mode. Slowing moving OS X..
All PC's here in my household. A HP does the job at the desk while a HP laptop handles the duties on the go.
The only apple products I have is the 3 ipods. ( 1gig shuffle, 4gig nano, 30 classic )
I'm thinking about getting a Mac book Air, or a Mac book Pro, but haven't got that far yet.
I've been in IT for over 20 years. Almost exclusively DOS/Windows clients (hey, I go back a long way, ok?) Novell, WinNT / 2000 / 2003 Servers, with some miscellaneous other stuff thrown in. I'm all Mac at home ever since 10.3. I don't see ever going back to the dark side for personal use. The closest I'll come is VM Ware Fusion on my Macs to run Windows stuff for work when I have to.