Computers for business use, Mac’s or other?

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I run a small business and was wondering which type of computer is better to buy. If anyone can enlighten me that would be great. Thanks!

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Mac or windows?

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  • TomLiotta
    There is no type that is "better to buy". If you are starting from scratch, you should start with what applications you will run for the business. Only after you have chosen the applications should you begin deciding the platform the applications will run on. -- Tom
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  • Subhendu Sen
    That depends on your nature of business. If the job involves mainly in graphics/ multimedia/ DTP related you can go for Mac (expensive more than general PC). If your work involves in typical commercial like billing/ tendering/ quotations/ such types of. then go for other than Mac. However, you can do graphical/ multimedia related jobs in Windows desktop also.
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  • Harisheldon
    It will depend on the nature of your work and the size of your purse that will make the final decision. Also, ensure that you contact different vendors and compare the cost of what benefits go along with the systems that you will purchase.
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  • reckonankit
    You must understand your business needs and your budget. Think of  the types of programs you'll run on the device and then accordingly decide on it.
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  • JustinWilson07
    It depends on what you are trying to achieve. But, once you get a mac you will madly be in love with it and would not want to go with Windows.
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