Try to read up about mac viruses on the internet. You will find a billion articles smugly proclaiming OSX not to be free of viruses. While Trojans like MacKeeper do exists and I've experienced them first hand, there must be something like 5 ever made for OSX. That's being generous. In 13 years that's the entire scope of OSX "viruses". All these articles mention these cases in passing and then proudly declare OSX to be in the same league as windows XP for viruses vulnerability. Not one article mentions, even slightly, the sparsity of such Trojans and that recent versions of OSX even have features to repel them. The minority argument is touted around constantly as well, but makes no sense when there were far more viruses for OS9. Come on. The logic just does not support the argument here. Now, I use both macs and pc's daily, and I obviously like Apple products. The good ones, not the hockey puck mice, MobileMe and similar trash. I actually enjoy using windows 7, and with proper use it's actually mostly a solid OS in general. OSX is definitely not flawless, (I mean, did you use Lion?) and of course it could never be 100% immune, but the misinformation here is that OSX and Windows are on par for virus vulnerability. That's is an enormous lie. The proof just isn't there. It just bugs me that tons of bloggers and journalists think they are so clever for proving apple wrong, without understanding the foundations of the argument they themselves support. I mean, Linux, Android, iOS and OSX are all unix based and are therefore inherently more secure than windows could ever be. None are impervious, but windows has thousands of real world viruses that really do harm. Am I right to be bugged by this? I'm not trying to be an apple evangelist here, but when something so obviously false it touted as fact, it really gets to me. If someone said macs are just as good as pc's for gaming I'd be similarly annoyed because that's a massive lie. Ignorance is one thing, but these are supposedly tech journalists.