I used a Mac for about a year and a half back in the mid '90s when I was part of a marketing group. It was fine. At the same time my home computer was a PC. Neither one impressed me as being better than the other (of course, then there was a much greater availability of various software for the PC).
From my recollection of that Mac experience, my PC of today is basically just as , reliable, stable, and easy to use (for my purposes - nothing really heavy duty). I'm typing this message from a 6 year old Gateway laptop that needs more memory, but have no real problems with it. Same goes for my 4 year old HP (business type) computer that I use at home.
Around the turn of the century I put together my own PC. It worked just fine, also (until the lack of adequate cooling eventually smoked the motherboard).
Maybe the Mac of today would really impress me, I don't know, but I'm not disappointed with my PCs in any way. ( I admit, I don't much care for some of the quirks of Vista when it came out, but all of my own PCs have the XP OS.