Originally Posted by jobberone
Our perspectives are totally different. I'm a computer idiot so the Mac serves me well. Plus my kids steal my Windows based laptops and put viruses on them. I find it easier to keep the iMacs running well. For you my problem is non-existant.
Your kids need a hardened copy of Windows 7 (max UAC settings and a limited account) or a server 2008 install with the same settings. And they need an education on how to use Windows
I think if Apple continues to grow in popularity (and I really question if their stuff will ever really have a solid share of the enterprise market) you're going to see more of the malicious software (malware) targetting that OS.
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