PC Versus Mac For Photo Editing, Uncategorized

PC Versus Mac For Photo Editing

PC Versus Mac For Photo Editing
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I prefer PC over Macintosh for photo editing, and here’s why.  The first reason is price; you can get a PC with a very similar hardware configuration to a Macintosh computer for thousand of dollars less. PC has more software and games available as well. You can visit my website to learn more about my photography, RJ Styles Photography. Microsoft supports their PC computers Operating systems for much longer than Apple computers. In fact, Apple computer’s releases a new operating system every year, at five years or less your computer’s operating system is obsolete, and Apple is no longer supporting it. Forcing you to upgrade to another operating system and this new OS will run slow on your computer’s hardware. This is how Apple forces its loyal customers into continually purchasing new computers every three to five years. If you contrast this with Windows, for example, Windows is still supporting Windows 7 and this operating system came out in July 2009. Microsoft plans to continue support for Windows 7 up until 2020. That is eleven years of support. I used to think that Apple was a great company.  Apple really knows how to screw their customers. If you are editing large Raw files in Photoshop and Lightroom, you can find a Dell XPS, with a quad Core i7, with 8 gigs of memory and a Nvidia graphics card with a gig of ram or more for under $1000. I have some beautiful stock photos for sale on Alamy.com website. Stock photography by RJ Styles at Alamy

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