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(trying not to be the stereotypical ranting Mac user...) After years of using, supporting, and training on mac, I now use NT at work. Yes, a badly configured NT box will crash less than a well configured Mac. For general business use NT is fine.
However, the Mac exceeds in the quality of the experience. Performing the simply but frequent tasks of a modern GUI is a joy on the Mac; it always feels like it's trying to help you complete the task but sometimes screws up, whereas Windows feels like it's fighting you the whole way. The loads of time Apple spent on user interface design paid off, the interface makes sense and is far less frustrating. When I go home I happily tolerate the crashes for the user experience.
For those prone to using Linux, Mac hardware is the surprise better choice (see the Redhat based PPC linux at http://www.linuxppc.org). Relieved of the sluggish Mac OS, Linux on a PowerPC flies and unquestionably provides more ban...