I had to laugh when I saw this Top 10 Windows Downloads list from CNET. The top 10 consist of:4 apps to deal with spyware 1 app to fix problems in the Windows registry (problems caused by spyware?) 3 apps to share files on the Internet (files such as spyware?) 1 app to package files (so you can share them on the Internet?) 1 app to chat with people about dealing with spyware, fixing the registry, and sharing filesIf PC users spend all their time defending and fixing their PCs, then who is actually producing anything useful? My guess? Mac users! Has anybody measured what percentage of the time PC users are creating anything of value (real work) rather than spending their hours fixing problems or dealing with software maintenance, crashes, and other efforts it takes to keep the computer in a state where, in theory, they might be able to do some real work? Do those numbers differ for Mac users, as some of us would like to assume?