Whether or not Mac should be used depends on what you plan to use your PC for.
For graphical editing, multimedia design, computer graphics work, Mac has an excellent support for that, IIRC. But the closed ecosystem of Apple products also make it less ideal for software developers who prefer to have more say on the control of the PC.
Use Windows/Linux if one needs to use it for daily PC "chores" such as watching movies, editing documents, listening to songs, playing PC games and surfing the web.
You don't really need a pricey Mac for daily "chores".
The thing is this is not the same Apple as it was about 10 years ago where Apple was innovating and Making Waves nor is it the same Apple of the 80s either. Fact is underneath Tim Cook apple is looking more more like they did back in the 90s tripping over their own arrogance and instead of innovating just making crazy crap and charging way too much for what they offer. At least underneath Steve Jobs they were of something of value but now I don't think so they have gone back and then a couple years they're going to drop Intel for what another processor brand again? Didn't they learn anything from powerpc? Like idiots they fumble and folly and I don't think Mac OS is going to be around for too much longer probably shifting to iOS only which is not exactly an ideal solution for a more desktop oriented device I mean look at what happened with Windows 8.
Tim Cook is just a clown, and sure I was not a fan of Steve Jobs as I think he was a pompous bleep at least he had a brain Tim Cook is a pretender to the throne
Seconded. Apple has lost its innovation since Steve left the company. All that remains is hefty premium for the brand. Actually, I don't see much innovation from Apple these days compared to the Apple Inc. back in 2007 when iPhone debuted.
But alas, such is the trend in the smartphone market now. Not much difference can be seen in newer phones compared to the ones released last year. The market has reached saturation, IMHO. Not sure about macOS though.
Edited by Nicholas_Kang, 16 September 2018 - 12:39 AM.