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Windows 7: Macs making bigger enterprise gains than rest of PC market

24 Aug 2010   #11
Adamd

Windows 7 7100 build
 
 

I really doubt Apple will catch on in a large business setting.

It would make no logical, or financial sense to buy your employees Apple computers when large number of workers only use a computer for tasks that a $500 computer can do.

You can easily buy 2-3 Window based desktops to 1 Apple. Simple math will show you why Apple will never take over the workplace.


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