“In my computing life, there’s one constant: The Macs don’t crash and the Windows machines do,” writes David Coursey for ZDNet. “The nice thing about Mac OS X is that it’s darn near uncrashable. No matter what programs I install or uninstall or how I use it, OS X just runs. I’ve been using it since before the commercial release and have had only one serious crash—and that was during a hardware installation. The machine then booted right up without further incident. Other that that, the OS has been—at least in my experience—rock solid. And that’s more than I can say about my Windows machines.”