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Advantages and Disadvantages of Mac Versus Windows

With more and more horror stories about Windows Vista and the ever increasing amount of viruses, malware, adware and inexplicable Blue Screens of Death, many people are considering making the jump to an Apple computer. I was a longtime Windows user, but have recently made the switch. As I see it, here is a quick summary of some of the advantages and disadvantages of owning a Mac.

Advantages of Apple Computers

Security. Apple computers are much more secure than Windows PCs. Viruses, adware and malware designed for a Windows-based processor simply will not run on a Mac. The main reason for this is simply that there are much fewer Macs in use. People who make malicious software want to have it spread to as many people as possible and designing a virus for a Mac simply will not accomplish this.

Reliability. The people who make Mac software are the same people who make the Mac hardware. While Windows programmers have to take into account nearly infinite variations in hardware, Mac OS is designed to be used on a very limited amount of computers: those built by Apple. The software is designed specifically to run on the hardware. This means that the operating system is much more stable.

Macs are convenient. Do you own an iPod? An iPhone? Do you listen to music with iTunes? Do you appreciate how simple, elegant and easy to use these products are? Apple applies all of the things you like about these products to their computers. Yes, there will be a time of adjustment to using Mac OS, but once you are used to it, you will love it.

Advanced technology. The current generation of Macbook Pros feature LED monitors, multi-touch mouse trackpad and a CNC machined aluminum case. Desktop Mac Pros feature up to 8 core processors (yes, eight) and up to 4 TB of storage (TB=Terabyte). Thats four thousand (4000) GB.

A good overview of the Macbook Pro is available here.

A Mac can do anything a Windows PC can. With Apple computers now using Intel processors, they are able to run Windows. With programs like Bootcamp or software emulation, you are able to install and run Windows on your Mac and switch between the two OSs easily. Macs come with a Mail utility with the same functionality as Microsoft Outlook. The iWork line of software comes with Pages, Keynote and Numbers which can function as replacements for Word, Powerpoint and Excel. Each of these programs can export files in a format that can be used in Windows software. Or, if you don’t want to try iWork, Microsoft offers a Mac-compatible version of Office.

Disadvantages of Mac Computers.

They’re only more secure because fewer people use them. If everybody used Macs, there would be a lot more viruses and malware for them. If Apple computers became more popular, they would become less secure.

Cannot be upgraded/customized. There are upgrade options when you buy a Mac, but unlike a Windows PC, you cannot mix and match components. The easiest way to upgrade a Mac is to buy a new one.

Price. Macs are very expensive. Even the cheapest laptop costs $999.99. Windows machines cost as little as $500.

Playing games requires Windows. There are very few games available for the Mac. If you are a gamer, a Mac is probably not the best choice. You could run Bootcamp, but if you are going to spend most of your time on a Mac running Windows, you have to ask yourself if it is worth it. Another option (and the one I have taken) is to play games on a video game console, such as a PS3 or Wii, and simply use your computer for computing.

It requires adjustment. It’s a Windows-based world. Most people are used to using Windows. Changing to a Mac requires that you get used to a number of differences. Some people are simply not willing to make that change.

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I'm not sure about it, but I thought it was worth mentioning anyway. From what I know, OS X ( Apple's operating system ) is derived from Unix. I'm assuming that means that it provides some of the security advantages that I am familiar with in another Unix derivative: Linux. Linux, along with many other Unix based systems, has segmentation of privileges for all programs that is superior to Windows. Many programs for Windows, including the wmv media file format, Internet Explorer, and Outlook can modify the operating system. In the Unix derivatives, any program that runs needs to have specific permissions to run files in specific directories, to run specific files, etc. It is all very complicated, and I plan on writing about it one day; to put it shortly, Windows is designed for people who don't want to work with their OS. As a result, it is far more difficult to monitor things that the system does and the software is poorly written in such a way that many programs can run other programs that can modify the system. To run Internet Explorer as an admin ( which is, I think, still the default ) means that you are allowing several other blocks of code to make modifications to the system.

Thanks for the info about Mac, I use windows but hope to try mac in the future.

Excellent article, thumbs up.....when the price is right i will move to the mac. Thanks

Informative and well-written.

Ranked #3 in Apple & Macs

Great article, I'm on a MacBook Pro right now =D

Good article, as an ex-Windows user and now long time Mac user I would agree with your points here. Though I have begun to see good things from Windows 7 as they copy and emulate the things that made Mac so intuitive and wonderful. One thing that I've always found as an issue with Macs is the difficulty of assessing a problem once and if it ever arises. Macs do not give you errors like Windows. Mac users must run other programs to see errors occur. It is a minor problem but it is there.

I really would like to have a Mac, but with the direction of profession that I want to take I don't think that a Mac would be the wisest decision. It's too bad. Anyway, great article. It was very informative and provided me a lot of information if I rethink my decision in the future.

Nicholas Mutorerwa

We want to change our operating system from windows to mac at our organization and this article has helped me

I don't think it's only the fewer users that are the result of fewer viruses for Mac. Most of it is because Windows OS is full of holes easily exploited by hackers while Unix is not. Also I'd disagree with the upgradeability - I have upgraded several Macs, and games are readily available for Mac. If you're a serious PC gamer you'll probably have a dedicated Windows machine. But for the rest of us who use one machine to do many things most games are available for Mac.

Alexander Jackson is right about the way the OS's work. There was talk about a week ago about Microsoft suggestion that all internet users pay a tax to get rid of viruses! I don't see why Mac, Unix and Linux users have to pay a tax for Microsoft's poor architecture. Anyway I have used both for a long time, I would almost always recommend a Mac, even if it's just to be virus free. I would also beg to differ about the price difference. For what you are getting in software and reliability the Mac price is extremely good. Remember that Windows requires that you buy a version of Office for each machine using it, and you must include anti-virus software for Windows and an ongoing contract, then you need to have some backup software, maybe audio editing, video editing etc etc. I run NeoOffice on Mac (which runs like a dream) no need for MS Office, and I get a ton of other very good built in software: The best backup software on the market, iMovie, GarageBand, etc, etc. On a Windows entry level machine you will spend the difference between the two if you want to be legal, and then you won't have solved your virus problem. And you won't get close to the performance of an entry level Mac. For me, it's a no brainer.

what do you use Mycal?

I use both wintel and Macs. Other people I know who use Macs do it for many reasons - ease of use, superior design. They can be upgraded, though not as easily as Windows machines. I also agree with the comments that security is not only because of the smaller number of users. Apple regularly and rather quickly issues patches when bugs and faults are discovered. All these reasons contribute towards generating the cult like following of Apple. Nice and balanced article. Thanks.

Keyur Radiya

Thanks guys,

I am looking forward for more information about mac.. I am using windows for a long time. Was satisfied with windows 2003, 2005, 2008, xp and but not with the millenium, 2000, and vista so have upgraded to windows 7. I dont know about the mac.. does it has also a similar problems with different versions?? Well Windows 7 seems to work fine.. but havent use the OS x yet... but want to when the prices will be normalize.. it was really usefull article..

Keyur.

Nice article!!

The articles and the comments to the article were very informative. Thanks.

iham

OSX is based on FreeBSD - they took a free operating system and customized it (Darwin) and then called it their own and charge a huge premium (allowed by BSD)

By changing it they took probably the most secure and stable Operating System on the planet and made one of the least secure and more unstable.

I know there are many fanboys( 'n girls) out there that will say oh it doesn't have this problem or that problem or....

But it does, if you take (as is not technically true) virus to mean something someone rights to do things to your computer you aren't aware of and/or don't want (and not say well there are Trojans and Worms and...............) Then Macs are WAY more prone to infection but as is stated, there aren't very many to target.

Would you want to design a program to harm a computer or steal information or whatever only to not have it work on 99% of computers??? They are out there and Snow leopard's already been patched to fix obvious ones.

What's the best alternative to a MAC, well Windows 7 (hah) but rather I'll say completely free Linux like Ubuntu 9.10 or 10.04 (though make sure you move the stupid buttons back over to the right) Most software for web design, animation, Programming languages, image editing/viwing 3D, CAD, Office-type (Open Office) etc... etc.... ARE 100% FREE) Now even your Apple iPOD/PAD works the same and sometimes better with Ubuntu 10.04 than it does with Apple's OSX......... I Scurred (slang, I'm scared)

Sure there can be some problems....... most frequently a particular piece of hardware doesn't have the best support - say a particular Video card/company or Wireless card/company.... etc.

But that's a very easy fix especially if you don't already have the computer.

And you can completely customize - not have to live with many things done the way APPLE thinks is best FOR YOU.

Hey it has native code like MAC for some things Windows doesn't.

You've got the 100% FREE WINE HQ and can even get many games for Windows as well as other windows software running under Linux (obviously you'll have had to buy the Windows programs)... Ehh, of course you can also use it (Wine) with OSX to do the same thing but you didn't hear that from me as I think OSX is one of the worst systems to have ever been designed (you know except for Vista)

iham

you want an idea of how unsafe macs could be read some securemac.com and search for OS X Trojan virus etc in your favorite search engine.

Mac's just rather gotten away with telling people they don't get Virus' like Windows when they are WAY, WAY, WAY less secure (easy to hack) and write malicious code for.

Alan

iham - what a load of crock! My word! Apple OS does not run on Darwin. What are you talking about?

If Macs are way more prone to infection then why are so few viruses infecting them?

Apple has never told anyone that they don't get viruses, can you show me one advert where Apple says "our computers don't get viruses". With the right skills and equipment any computer can be hacked. But there is no question, Apple's derivative of UNIX is a lot more secure than Windows.

Dude, if you're a Linux user, great, I'm glad it's working for you. But please don't come striding in throwing around comments that you have not even researched.

@Alan: Few virus effect Apple because hardly any virus are built for Mac Pc. Read iham post above yours for further details. As for the fact that "our computers don't get viruses" is correct but you can always feel the sarcasm when Steve jobs refers to Microsoft. @ iham - For most part I agree with your statements especially with respect to Linux as it's a great platform in itself. Overall, I would say that " It is just not possible to determine which is safer and which is not, with the current data that we have." This is so because Mac has never gained popularity like Windows and has never been tested in precarious waters like Windows has been. Hence, we can never know how it would have survived under virus attacks. Similarly we cannot scale down Windows to the level of Mac and see how it would have held up in case it would have not been so popular. Even though both these OS cater to the same niche i.e. better interface but one thing that we have to realize is that Microsoft functions at Macro level and Mac at micro level. We are not doing justice by comparing them, at least in terms of security.

Alan

Hector, the reason why there are fewer viruses for Mac is because the OS is based on UNIX which as we all know is robust and difficult to penetrate, as opposed to all the Windows OS's which are full of holes (ie: it's possible to penetrate a UNIX OS, but much more difficult).

Apple has the same anti-trust issues as Windows, especially in their hand held products. They are making the same mistakes that MS made as they became more popular.

The difference is that MS software is full of holes and very poorly written. Which is why MS does things like downgrade their Outlook mail reader engine to Word 2004!! It has nothing to do with 'being tested on perilous waters'. If Windows just spent the time writing secure software we would not have the virus issues we now have. It is mis-information to let MS off the hook when it comes to viruses!

Apple has about 6% of the PC market, if what you said is true then about 6% of the viruses would be UNIX, but they are not.

Alan

Please people, do a bit of research. Everyone else if forging ahead with html5 and Java Script. Microsoft is going backwards, trying to limit html use, especially in e-mail. Why?

Because every Windows OS is so open to attack! Which is why MS's Charney suggested an 'internet tax' http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/190581/microsofts_charney_suggests_net_tax_to_clean_computers.html

And why Outlook 2007+ is using a 5 year old Word engine to read html.

Let's face the facts... Microsoft writes bad software, they always have and there seems to be no change in their strategy to continue to write bad software.

It is an indictment on the consumer that they own so much of the market.

But please, please, let's not get fuzzy about where viruses come from and why they are so easy to replicate!!

iham

you want an idea of how unsafe macs could be read some securemac.com and search for OS X Trojan virus etc in your favorite search engine.

Mac's just rather gotten away with telling people they don't get Virus' like Windows when they are WAY, WAY, WAY less secure (easy to hack) and write malicious code for.

Of course there are viruses for Mac, no one is saying that Mac cannot get a virus. Every computer has vulnerabilities. But If you are suggesting that Mac's OS is easier to hack than Windows OS then I can only encourage you not to be so unbelievably ignorant! And, in the interests of internet security, I encourage the readers here to pay no attention to your comments. Do a little bit of research on how Mac and Windows OS architecture works. Just do a bit of research.

iham

Hit refresh and posted last comment again (ewps.)

Alan, why don't you do some research on the Darwin core before you you say another word.

OSX and the now iOS are DARWIN

sheesh.

Again, OSX is much less secure and much more prone to getting infected by malicious code/software.

The fact that it doesn't in the real world is only due to the lack of it's market footing.

If 50% of the computers in the world were OSX it would be so over run and there wouldn't be a single person saying it's even half as secure as Windows/blows.

And AGAIN Apple took one of the most secure and stable operating systems on the planet (BSD) and made one of the least from it.

Just because it's a Unix based platform doesn't mean it's hard to develop malicious code for or to take over/hack into.

It's much, much easier to make a malicious code (say a Trojan and not a Virus) and to break into remotely than is Windows.

iham

Also when you say Macs have 6% share.

You're talking about NEW systems

And I'd doubt your info anyway as it doesn't take into consideration every single new system (SAY NEW SYSTEMS BEING BUILT BY PEOPLE THEMSELVES AND NOT PURCHASED FROM ACER/HP/ETC.........)

HELLO!

Ok, then it doesn't take into consideration that there are more OLD PCs in use than fifty times the total production of MAC over their entire history (no, not a cold fact I'm paraphrasing - might be more or less than that) But this 6% takes 1 year snap shot of all Apples sold compared to the big new Windows PC manufacturers.

That's almost as horrid as "the fastest Windows computer was a Mac"................... HAHAHAHAHAH

you take a $2500 mac customized to run windows then compare it to $600-$2500 windows systems configured to do OTHER things.

and then you have the independant labs doing the test be ones that make their living getting people to switch from Windows to Macs

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Dude! Maybe you misunderstand me. I have nothing against you, I'm sure you're a really nice guy, but we are standing on the brink of a war here. And we are about to be swamped, we are not each other's enemy but sloppy software writing is the ally of our enemy. And there simply is nothing on the market as sloppy as Windows - I'm hoping along with you, that Windows 7 will be better (so far I'm not convinced). Counting vulnerabilities has never been an accurate way of determining security risk. Here are some helpful, balanced articles that you should read: http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/security/?p=268 http://www.zdnet.com/blog/security/mozilla-critical-vulnerability-in-microsoft-flaw-counting/707 http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-9914753-37.html Here's a helpful quote: "No security researcher I spoke with could think of an instance of a Mac running Mac OS X that had been exploited in the wild. Not as part of a contest, or as part of a show-stopping demonstration, but through a malicious attack aimed at pwning a Mac. Few were even sure that any viruses or worms existed for the Mac; there was a Trojan horse type of exploit in the wild last year, but it was delivered through a porn site, and it required users to take several steps to infect themselves." I don't have an argument on the 6% that may be accurate, it may not be. I don't care either way, I just get it from market research. If it makes you feel better that you're following the heard then, hey that's great for you. Let's say Mac has 2%, let's say they have 27%, whatever works for you. My point is this: what percent of viruses are written for Mac? 1% hardly! I thought you were referring to Darwine, the emulator. Either way you are absolutely wrong about Windows vs Mac security, but hey believe what you want. Have you looked to see how many viruses were written for Mac before OSX? Plenty, I know I got one of them. Why did that trend not continue with OSX? Simple, because OSX is very difficult to write a virus for. And we're not even speaking yet about MS Office, IE or Outlook vulnerability. Talk about one failure built on another. Tell me, have you ever been hacked? Have you ever had a virus? Do you run anti-virus software on your Windows machine? Bottom line for the average user who is reading this: If you want the risk and expense of virus issues, buy Windows. If you don't then buy a Mac. That may change in the decades to come, but that is the situation now!

Antony

The info provided is very helpful and truly logical. I have been working on windows from the time windows had version 3.1. I got used to windows so much that its very tough for me to switch to any other OS. But windows has lots of problems on the other hand.

I now work for a web hosting company where windows and Linux are the only OS used. If any body has tried to use Mac i would appreciate them writing back to me.. And in the mean while if you are looking for web hosting you can visit our website www.manashosting.com

As someone who has Windows -and- Linux -and- OS/X machines in daily use, I don't find these comments to be particularly, shall we say, "objective." I would suggest the following key points: (1) If you "prefer" one type of computer, buy it. You might well find, as I did, that you have a legitimate reason to have more than one (or to use virtual-machines). If you need to run "program X," and it runs best on "system Y," then: buy "system Y!" Computer hardware is no longer "expensive." Even the good stuff. (2) If you do run Windows, be sure that you're running the latest stuff =and= that you are running it as a "limited user." You don't want the computer to regard you as "(S)He Who Must Be Obeyed." If a rogue program grabs your pistol, points it at your foot, and squeezes the trigger ... if you're a Limited User, the gun will go, "click." And that's basically what OS/X arranges to do all the time. Windows doesn't: don't ask me why, because their security model ("if only it were turned on...") is actually MORE sophisticated than OS/X's! :-O Uh, huh. Really. Lots more whistles and bells. All of 'em turned off.

jasmin Mamat

I been using Mac for a few year and love it. For the virus, there are not many people are capable creating them in Unix platform and it very difficult because of the infrastructure of the OS it self.

somedude 48204820

Previously I was always a windows user, but now I bought a macbook pro and it is the best in fact i am talking to you from my windows on my macbook and i keep switching between mac and windows it's just so cool. The only bad thing is the price and adapting to your mac, but once you got the hang of it, there's nothing better than a mac.

Paqo

Darwin forms the core components of Mac OS X, and Darwin is based off of FreeBSD, NeXTSTEP, other "free software" projects, and code that apple developed.

I don't know exactly which projects Apple "borrowed" from, but for the most part, "free software" agreements are largely unrestricted in use/copying/deriving/w.e. with the exception that the byproduct be similarly open to perpetuate the idea behind the system; growth and advancement without turning it into a proprietary profit tool which is exactly what Apple did. It could very well be that the projects they used had different conditions, but I find it interesting just like how Xerox made the very first GUI and Apple started making one after a certain prominent someone in Apple visited Xerox and saw the PARC. Much like that same person was kicked out of the Apple Lisa project.and the project he ended up on resulted in a very very similar "off shoot" called macintosh under this same individual.

I'm just really tired of seeing so many things getting ripped off and people thinking that it's original.

My entire point in my post is that Computers are designed to be productivity TOOLS. What system gets the job done the best? The answer to that question changes depending on what you are doing, and that is OK. I love my XP, win7, Ubuntu, Mandriva, iPhone, iPod, and OS X installations, BUT I only like them for the specific reasons that I have them because really they all are quite capable of functioning and looking more or less the same if you're not completely incompetent with computers.

The entire OS war is ridiculous because it's only hindering whats really important in the technology world; more productivity, faster performance, better tools and functions, and more compatibility.

Shailesh Shakya

Hey people...don't use windows on mac..mac runs too hot while using windows as well as more often os crashes or even hard disk..i use macbook pro and i have suffered from this kinda problem.i installed windows from bootcamp to play games only..but suddenly it crashed and i had to restore my mac os from boot cd..serious problem guys...btw mac os is lot better than boring windows.

softwares for mac are far qualitative,fast and better..the only thing is they are expensive...torrent rulz..

Voted up. Very interesting

Guillermo Giz

HI. friends I would like to introduce myself . Certified Microsoft System Engineer and Computers Technology and Network Engineer to talk on behalf of Windows OS

it is very insufficient and ignorance freely delivery saying that Mac are more tolerance for viruses and Windows gets more Viruses .

the situation with Windows Microsoft is most people when buying PC at the store should get brief knowledge how to work with Windows OS or have an Professional personal to teach you how to perform task on Windows safely

have the PC tune up and ready to use

PC running Windows brand new OS out of store are not set up right when you create your user account it would be as administrator account account for use professional only due to lack of knowledge most of windows fail to open and limited user account for your daily use on line when browsing

this is what you need no the Administrator account log in for activities on the Internet

when log in as Limited user account your Windows is FULLY PROTECTED the risk of getting Mal ware IS ZERO basic Anti Spy ware Anti Virus is need for an a extra layer of protection only

I AM a Enterprise Network and Computer Engineer that can help you

Also Mac OS are vulnerable for Viruses and OS fail to install the right Patches are potential for OS crashes Mal function

also MAC does no have capabilities for Corporate Infrastructure as network OS due to cost and incompatibilities with application at the Corporate level

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Guillermo Giz

HI. friends I would like to introduce myself . Certified Microsoft System Engineer and Computers Technology and Network Engineer to talk on behalf of Windows OS

it is very insufficient and ignorance freely delivery saying that Mac are more tolerance for viruses and Windows gets more Viruses .

the situation with Windows Microsoft is most people when buying PC at the store should get brief knowledge how to work with Windows OS or have an Professional personal to teach you how to perform task on Windows safely

have the PC tune up and ready to use

PC running Windows brand new OS out of store are not set up right when you create your user account it would be as administrator account account for use professional only due to lack of knowledge most of windows fail to open and limited user account for your daily use on line when browsing

this is what you need no the Administrator account log in for activities on the Internet

when log in as Limited user account your Windows is FULLY PROTECTED the risk of getting Mal ware IS ZERO basic Anti Spy ware Anti Virus is need for an a extra layer of protection only

I AM a Enterprise Network and Computer Engineer that can help you

Also Mac OS are vulnerable for Viruses and OS fail to install the right Patches are potential for OS crashes Mal function

also MAC does no have capabilities for Corporate Infrastructure as network OS due to cost and incompatibilities with application at the Corporate level

.

Guillermo Giz

HI. friends I would like to introduce myself . Certified Microsoft System Engineer and Computers Technology and Network Engineer to talk on behalf of Windows OS

it is very insufficient and ignorance freely delivery saying that Mac are more tolerance for viruses and Windows gets more Viruses .

the situation with Windows Microsoft is most people when buying PC at the store should get brief knowledge how to work with Windows OS or have an Professional personal to teach you how to perform task on Windows safely

have the PC tune up and ready to use

PC running Windows brand new OS out of store are not set up right when you create your user account it would be as administrator account account for use professional only due to lack of knowledge most of windows fail to open and limited user account for your daily use on line when browsing

this is what you need no the Administrator account log in for activities on the Internet

when log in as Limited user account your Windows is FULLY PROTECTED the risk of getting Mal ware IS ZERO basic Anti Spy ware Anti Virus is need for an a extra layer of protection only

I AM a Enterprise Network and Computer Engineer that can help you

Also Mac OS are vulnerable for Viruses and OS fail to install the right Patches are potential for OS crashes Mal function

also MAC does no have capabilities for Corporate Infrastructure as network OS due to cost and incompatibilities with application at the Corporate level

.

HI. friends I would like to introduce myself . Certified Microsoft System Engineer and Computers Technology and Network Engineer to talk on behalf of Windows OS it is very insufficient and ignorance freely delivery saying that Mac are more tolerance for viruses and Windows gets more Viruses . the situation with Windows Microsoft is most people when buying PC at the store should get brief knowledge how to work with Windows OS or have an Professional personal to teach you how to perform task on Windows safely have the PC tune up and ready to use PC running Windows brand new OS out of store are not set up right when you create your user account it would be as administrator account account for use professional only due to lack of knowledge most of windows fail to open and limited user account for your daily use on line when browsing this is what you need no the Administrator account log in for activities on the Internet when log in as Limited user account your Windows is FULLY PROTECTED the risk of getting Mal ware IS ZERO basic Anti Spy ware Anti Virus is need for an a extra layer of protection only I AM a Enterprise Network and Computer Engineer that can help you Also Mac OS are vulnerable for Viruses and OS fail to install the right Patches are potential for OS crashes Mal function also MAC does no have capabilities for Corporate Infrastructure as network OS due to cost and incompatibilities with application at the Corporate level

MLI73

well, when the price is going down properly the quality is going down as well. i heard they keep switching manufacturer who making the sm parts in order to lower the price.anyway i refer windows PC

Some dude

i have a question i dont know much about ether operating system but i just swish to mac all i really wanna do with the windows is to paly some games and all but im just curious how smooth will the games play and if so should i give more space to the windows on the harddrive and how much space should i give it ? 25 % or more ?

some guy from faraway

sorry 4tb is 4096gb

Whatever Operating System we use, the most important thing is we use it for the purpose of helping our tasks to be finished easily and perfectly. Thanks for sharing this excellent article, keep it up!. Voted and shared.

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