It's the best way.
This question dates back to the early 1990s. Yes, you can like both Apple Macs and Windows PCs, but there must be one that you like a bit more than the other, and the answer is widely considered a reflection on your personality.
This is exactly what an upgrade is supposed to be.
In Muskoka with an old PowerBook, like a luddite.
Older and unusual hardware has a second life as a thin client with Linux!
Do theories of evolution apply to computers? Well....
What better way to start the New Year than with some sage security advice?
Even after a decade and a half, old Mac computers are still being used at the Ontario Science Centre.
I collect vintage computers, and this page is dedicated to my favourites. The first part discusses the old personal computers of the 1970s-1990s (Apple, Commodore, Tandy, IBM, Atari, Sinclair, ColecoVision, Osborne, Kaypro and GRiD) while the second part discusses the high-end (and costly) UNIX workstations of the 1990s and early 2000s (SUN, Tadpole, SGI, DEC, NeXT and HP).
If you want to know more about who I am and what I like.