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PC, or Not PC, That Is the Question for Linux Users

May 2, 2011 No Comments

It may be true that “the clothes make the man,” as the old saying goes, but can anything similar be said of a user’s computing preference?

Indeed it can, at least if a recent Hunch survey is anything to go by. Mac users are generally a much more interesting bunch, according to Hunch’s “Profile of a self-described Mac person vs. PC person,” which was published recently as an infographic.

In fact, Mac users are younger, more liberal, more urban, more educated and more likely to eat Shawarma than PC users are, according to the report. Oddly, they’re also more likely to consider themselves “computer-savvy gearheads.”

Was the survey taken on Opposite Day? That, dear reader, is for you to decide.

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