Reporter Joe Hutsko conducted an experiment to write a story for anyone considering switching from Mac to PC in the wake of the release of Vista, Microsoft’s new operating system. Mr. Hutsko gave up his 12″
PowerBook and began using a 17″ HP widescreen notebook running Vista.
In his very thorough article, he describes the following areas in great detail:
- Impressions of Vista’s appearance and actions;
- The process of moving his data to the PC;
- Multimedia, mobility, and security aspects of Vista; and
- Miscellaneous other impressions about Vista.
So in the end, which does Mr. Hutsko prefer? He concludes his article by saying, "For me, [Macs] just works right, without really having to think about it. So I decided to switch again. From Vista, back to the Mac — to the brand new, white MacBook on which I told this story."
If you are interested in an honest, first-hand comparison of Vista and OS X, read Mr. Hutsko’s article. It shows what can happen when you go over to the "dark side" (i.e., Windows) only to see the light and come back again. Seriously though, it is a good read, and you can read the full article by clicking HERE.