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Location: Fort Worth, Texas
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I would stick with a Windows machine for the computing needs of a financial services firm. Since most of what you run is designed for Windows and IE, there's really no point in using a Mac and having to either dual boot or use Windows from a VM. It's not that the current Mac machines can't run Windows well, it's why make things difficult for yourself when the primary use of the machine will be in Windows.

You can always relax at home in front of your Mac. That's what I do.

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