Some have come to expect that software developers will use Microsoft’s Windows, Apple’s Mac or Linux.
In a survey of more than 4,000 Canadians, the Canadian Council for the Study of Computer-Human Interaction (CCSI) found that a large majority of respondents preferred Microsoft’s version of the software.
The other two main choices were Apple’s OS X and Linux.
But if you ask users what they prefer, the answer is almost always the same.
A majority of Canadians chose Apple’s version for its ease of use and flexibility.
That is the only software choice that is far ahead of the competition, said CCSI executive director Rob Smith.
In fact, if you compare the cost of an iPhone 5 or 6 versus a MacBook Pro, the difference is almost negligible.
In Canada, Macs and PCs account for only a tiny fraction of computing power.
But with more than 1,400 computers installed in the country, more than a third of the population now has access to a Mac, Smith said.
The survey found that the majority of people were not comfortable with the choice between the operating systems.
In some cases, people preferred the option of a different operating system, but in other cases they chose the same one.
For example, Mac users were more likely to say they prefer the Mac version of Firefox because it is faster than Windows.
For some users, that choice is obvious.
“I prefer Macs, I love Macs,” said Scott Wylie, who works in IT.
Wylis said that in the past few years, he has spent a lot of time working with Mac users and learning how they use the operating system.
But, Wylies said, Mac OS X is not perfect.
It has problems with compatibility with older computers and is more expensive than Windows and Linux for most users.
“They are both very stable,” he said.
“And, they are both fairly powerful.”
The survey also found that while a majority of those surveyed preferred Windows, only a small minority of those also chose the Linux operating system to run their applications.
The biggest difference between the two is that Mac users prefer the more stable and feature-rich operating system over Linux.
And for many people, it is clear which is better: Windows or Mac OS?
It is a debate that has raged for years.
In 2006, Microsoft began offering a free version of Windows for Mac users.
At the time, the company said it was to improve compatibility between Mac and Windows.
And, in 2014, Microsoft introduced a version of its operating system for Macs called Sierra.
Both versions are available for purchase, and Microsoft has even released Mac and Linux versions of its Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems, which are supported by Macs.
But while the OS X versions are the most widely used on the Mac market, Mac developers have continued to work on Mac OS and iOS.
Mac developers are often seen as the future of computing.
But that’s not always the case.
In 2015, MacOS Sierra launched with limited support for iOS, the iPhone, iPads and iPhones running the iPhone 5 and 6.
But in 2018, Microsoft updated the OS with support for Apple’s iPhone X and iPhone XS models, and in 2019, it made the OS fully compatible with Apple’s new iPad Pro, a tablet that was the company’s first to feature a Retina display.
In 2016, Apple updated its OS to include support for the iPhone X, but the company stopped supporting the new iPad Pros in 2018.
Apple has not updated its operating systems since the early 2000s.
Macs are still widely used, though.
In 2017, more Mac users installed OS X than Windows users.
In 2018, Apple started offering a limited version of MacOS X for the Mac.
But it is still far behind Windows and Android for Mac use.
That was the case in the survey, as well.
Nearly a quarter of Mac users (23 per cent) said they had never used a Mac before.
But Mac users also tended to have a slightly higher level of familiarity with the operating environment.
More Mac users than Windows or Android users (27 per cent and 27 per cent, respectively) said that the Mac was a better operating system than Windows, while Windows was the only choice for them.
That makes Macs more appealing than other operating systems for people who use more than one computer, such as Macs for those with multiple computers.
For Mac users, the OS version of their computer is a key factor in whether they choose a Mac or a different one.
“Macs are more appealing because they’re more powerful than other versions of OS X, they’re a little bit more powerful,” said Wylist.
Mac users tend to prefer the older versions of Windows and OS X because they are more stable, Smith noted.
“It is not surprising that Macs tend to