Just went to my training tonight to help out un the audio/video video streaming of our church services and they are using Windows 10. At one time they had a Mac back there but it got tossed for some reason and I wonder why since I am far more familiar with them. But we live in a Windows world I wont get anywhere in the market place just knowing the Mac. I wonder why the Mac got tossed? Is Mac not as compatible with projector equipment, and church live stream software and websites or something? Is Apple equipment more expensive? I notice they were using both MS Edge and Chrome, and I know how Safari can be flaky with some sites that work just fine with PC browsers so perhaps thats why. Or perhaps it got tossed because Apple tossed the CD/DVD drive of their desktops and I know we use those to burn CD's/DVD's of services for people. But I bet the main reason is because of cost. Anyone?