If you’re a PC fan, allow me to start this post off by warning you that you’re probably going to want to move your cursor toward the upper left corner of your screen and hit the red button with the ‘x’ on it.
Then again, I’m not entirely certain that’s the location of the ‘exit’ button on an internet browser if you’re using a PC. If you’re using a Mac, you’ll have no issue in finding this magical button.
All sarcasm aside, I feel as though I would be doing PC advocates a disservice by not granting fair warning that you’re more than likely not going to enjoy reading this post because it’s geared toward Mac enthusiasts. I relied upon the services of a PC for years prior to getting myself a Mac, and while I did enjoy using a PC when I had one, looking back, I can say with full confidence, now that I’m a Mac user, that there really is no comparing the two. Mac, in my opinion, trumps all things PC, and there is a strong probability that the majority of other Mac users would concur with my statement.
I have loved my MacBook Air since I purchased it in late 2013. Yes, you read that correctly; this puppy is a 2014 model and she is still kickin’ (touch wood), and I’ve been her biggest fan since she first opened herself up to me all those years ago, both literally and figuratively.
I have not had a single issue with my Mac. Considering it is now almost nine years old, the battery isn’t as good as it once was, in the words of Toby Keith, but as long as I have my power cord handy, she is ready to rip. I have no idea how many hours she has endured in her days, but it’s a lot, and she ain’t done yet.
All hail the MacBook Air.