Originally Posted by teckstud
You left out one big missing item.
You have much more flexibility and freedom using Windows.
Can you define exactly what that means? My Mac is as 'flexible" as I need it to be. What exactly is inflexible and restricted on OSX?
You're not locked into anybody's control.
Neither am I on my Mac - again, define what this means, instead of using the same old anti-Apple soundbites - what
So what? Flash is a steaming pile of manure, good only for playing ads and Youtube. I don't use it and I don't miss it.
More games- are there any MAC games?
I have a few, yes, but I power up my PC or Wii if I want to play any serious games. OSX isn't a gaming platform any more than my Motorola V220 is a smartphone, but I don't whine that I can't get applications on it. Again, the games argument is just a tired old anti-Apple soundbite that serious users don't care about.
The flip side is more suceptibilty to viruses.
True, but simple and free security tools will largely prevent this.
Now where can you get a MAC with Touch control on the screen like Windows has?
Touch-control on a desktop computer is pointless and overrated. The ability to reach over my desk and touch the screen instead of using a mouse or touchpad is unnecessary and considerably more difficult. It'll also very quickly result in painful injury. It's only slightly more useful on a notebook and is perfectly suited to handheld devices. The failure of the tablet PC format shows that touch-screens are not needed for general use.
The touch-screen abilities of Windows 7 are just more Microsoft Kool-aid, of which you seem to have been drinking a long and deep draught.