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We all remember the Mac vs. PC ads. Well, now apparently Microsoft is taking an attempt to revive that a bit, by adding a new "PC vs. Mac" section to the Windows 7 area of their website. The new section lets users know that PCs have Blu-ray, an abundance of software options and more hardware options. "Deciding between a PC and a Mac?" it poses. "Here's what you need to know."
The new section maintains six different sections about everything great about Windows units. One section is even called, "Having Fun," warning users that Macs could possibly "spoil" their fun.
"You can't get a Mac that ships with a Blu-ray player, TV tuner, Memory Stick reader, or built-in 3G wireless," the site reads. "You can with PCs running Windows 7."
Microsoft doesn't let up either, with remarks such as "Macs can take time to learn," "Macs don't work as well at work or school," and "Macs don't let you choose."
"PCs give you a lot more choice and capabilities for your money," and "you can get the PC you want, in the size and color you want, with the features you want. You just don't have as many options with a Mac."
Another feature is the Windows PC Scout tool, which allows users to find their "perfect PC." You can also check out the "buzz" from Twitter users mentioning their PCs with Windows 7.
What do you think about this new spin on the "PC vs. Mac," readers? Feel free to leave comments below!