Which Operating System Should You Choose?

by Anne Middleton, on May 13th, 2016

Last year, over 71 million computers were sold in the United States.  If the time has come for you to purchase a new personal computer, laptop or tablet, you have more operating system choices than ever before. But which should you choose when it’s time to buy a new computer? Here is a brief overview of the top options. And if you still need support after reviewing this information, the experts at MacMall and the on-line Dell store are there to help.

Using Windows to the World

Windows is the most popular desktop and laptop operating system in the world and is the chosen operating system (OS) for Dell computers. Many businesses and consumers choose Dell technology products with Windows for several reasons:

• Windows PCs have excellent compatibility with all the software you’d want to run, whether it’s typical consumer desktop software, internal business apps that were designed for Windows or PC games

• Most Windows PCs let you upgrade whenever you like without purchasing a completely new PC

• Computers with Windows OS are available at a wide variety or price ranges to suit all budgets

What initiated as dorm room aspiration in 1984, Dell has now evolved into one of the world's preeminent technology innovating associations. Dell's unparalleled focus on solving its consumer's problems has set it apart from its challengers and guaranteed its place in the technology pursuit.

Today, Dell can help you determine the perfect configuration for your Windows based PC with personalized attention.

While visiting the on-line Dell Store, you’ll discover personal computers that offer Windows 10. These new products will deliver all the features you know from the world’s most popular operating system, plus great improvements you’ll love. Dell also offers a multitude of options for laptops and tablets. See why there has never been a better time to buy a Dell.

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Magnificent Mac

Macs today are a better choice than they’ve ever been. Whether you like Macs or not, you can’t deny that Apple makes amazing hardware. The Mac OS X operating system is simply the desktop operating system where you run window applications.

Back in the 80s and 90s, Macs had a legitimate reputation as the first choice for designers because the selection of design applications was superior to what you could get on Windows PCs.

Macs are more functional than ever and not just for the artist or designer. When you’re shopping with the support of a MacMall professional, you will notice that today Macs have a wide variety of other software available, including official versions of Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop and other professional creative applications. Still, Macs still don’t have as much software as Windows does.

MacMall should always be your first stop in shopping for an Apple product. Since 1987, MacMall has been supplying Mac computers, Mac software and Apple brand products and consumer electronics to consumers. MacMall offers the lowest prices on both best-selling and hard-to-find Apple Mac items.

If you’re willing to learn something new, you’re looking at a higher-end PC, and the programs you need to use run on a Mac, a Mac can be a great option. Discover outstanding MacMall deals at PromoCodesForYou.com!

So, Which One Should You Choose?

There is no one answer that applies to everyone — each operating system has its own strengths and each is ideal for different people. Hopefully we’ve given you a place to start your research.

If you’re unsure which operating system you want, get hands on experience with these operating systems in person at MacMall for every type of Apple computer and technology device from Apple.  And just about every technology retailer has Windows based personal computers, laptops and tablets.  If a Windows operating system is right for you, be sure to shop at Dell for exceptional products, pricing and service.

 

 

 

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