PC vs. Mac Revisited: Adobe Says PCs are Faster

    March 26, 2003

The debate between PC and Macintosh partisans over which platform performs better reached an interesting impasse this week when longtime Apple Computer partner Adobe Systems published a document on its Web site that supports claims that the PC is indeed faster.

This development is interesting for two reasons. First, Apple has always used specially written Adobe applications to demonstrate the Mac’s performance claims, so it’s a bit problematic when the creator of those applications basically refutes the information. Second, Apple has actually responded to the claims.

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