Orsan Kart wrote:
same here, the reason i went mac was that i needed a system the was stable ad crash proof (mainly for my music production)
I wouldn't go so far as to say "crash proof". I have a friend that spent $10,000 on a mac pro to run Pro Tools in his recording studio.
I'm amazed at how often he complains to me about various problems he has with it. I'd call a corrupted main drive a "crash". The recent (last week) death of one of his dual LCD's isn't really a crash...but Macs aren't exactly as infallible as a lot of Mac users seem to tout.
Preference is preference, however. I prefer Windows systems, but also think Macs are nice.
I think one reason people hear about more PC issues than Mac would be the sheer numbers of users. Even now 90+% of systems are running a Microsoft OS.
As an example, if you were to take 100 BMW 325's. 90 Red ones and 10 black ones. These are brilliantly designed and reliable cars. I'm willing to bet that more problems will be reported with the Red ones.