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jremick Staff says

Either platform will be great. Just go with what you like, or go with both, or go with neither. Also, make sure you have a goat in the back yard to keep your grass mowed. Oh, and you should adopt an oompa loompa. They need good homes you know. ;-)

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CreatingDrew says
Either platform will be great. Just go with what you like, or go with both, or go with neither. Also, make sure you have a goat in the back yard to keep your grass mowed. Oh, and you should adopt an oompa loompa. They need good homes you know. ;-)

This is good advice for all things in life. I always have a spare oompa loompa somewhere.

Seriously, always do what works best for you. If it works for what you need, that’s all that matters :)

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CreativeStable says

Considering you can run photoshop and very similar coding programs on either platform I think this is kind of a silly question :P I use a mac at work and a PC at home, and I prefer the mac for doing design work… but mostly because the screen is way bigger lol.

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chipree says

First of all.. waw! would you look at all the responses… I just came back to the forum to check on stuff.. and saw 12 replies .. nice!

Thanks everyone for all your answers.. I have decided.. PC with windows 7 .. (as I can build it with everything that I want/afford/need). You’ve been really helpful ! (and jremick very funny and helpful at the same time… lol… the goat (google?) thing is a nice bonus :D )

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Hy-Studio says

Unlike CreativeStable I use Mac at home and Windows at work :D

Had several PC’s at work before, but since almost 5 years I’m on Mac and I can say I don’t want to switch back to windows at home, it just simple to use and I never have software issues, neither speed issue.

At work my pc is ‘younger’ than my Mac at home and the hardware is higher and faster then my Mac, well now it’s very slow and my Mac didn’t get any slower after 2years :D

But as some have said here, go with that where you feel more comfortable with ;)

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