For one of my technology/graphics college courses, I have a research paper and experiment to do. My research question is: The statement of the problem was to experimentally compare the productivity level of students performing basic computer tasks using a Mac OSX operating systems vs. a Windows operating system. Although this sounds pretty good so far, the problem comes down to the students. If the student is more familiar with a certain operating system, obviously they will do the tasks faster. The other problem is that most of the Mac users on this campus (and probably others too) are also proficient in the Windows world due to the fact that there are classes that only uses Windows (and probably lots of other reasons too). The PC-only users will have a bit of trouble if they are new to the Mac side so I think I'm being a bit bias in this experiment. Can anyone think of a good way to do an experiment to find out which is better for students to use to increase productivity WITHOUT being bias 'cause a majority of college computer users are already comfortable with Windows. I know that instead of college students, I can use people who know nothing about computers....but where am I going to find people like that when I live on campus? lol....So I gotta use the students. Any ideas?