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Mac & PC - Design, Multimedia, Photography - Where should I sink money.
I will be starting school when I get out of the Army and I am looking at setting up a small development studio out of my home while I attend class and maybe some freelance stuff. I will be taking a wide range of creative arts courses including photography.
So here comes the fun part. For long term development, where do I sink my money for the software. I plan on picking up the latest Adobe CS package and with that kind of investment, I need to know which system I should look into.
I already own PC's, but they are all laptops, and I want to push into a nice desktop set-up. I've played with some macs before and it seems like every single creative media tutorial I have ever looked at in the past 5 years is being done on a Mac. I've done some homework on the issue, and all I hear people say is "It just works better on a Mac." Well, I am aware of the "elitest" sense of "awesome" that comes with owning an Apple product, as I own several iPads, phones, etc. I'm gonna buy a mac regardless, I just need suggestions on which one to buy the software for.
TL;DR - I am buying a PC Desktop and a Mac Desktop, I need to invest thousands in design software and I need advice on the best system to purchase said software for.
Thanks in advance.
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