At the Speed Up My PC Free blog, we’re Windows users. The PC Cleaner Pro program is designed specifically for Windows, and we just feel like Microsoft has created a better operating system than Apple.

Of course, that’s not to mention the other benefits that Microsoft brings to the table, including affordable hardware, competition between manufacturers, and, of course, PC gaming. Right now, Microsoft and Apple are duking it out in the computer operating system market. Fighting out of one corner is Windows, and fighting out of the other corner is Mac OS X.

It’s easy to poke fun at Apple for selling overpriced computer hardware to people who don’t know any better, but a recent line of Apple advertisements has made dissing Mac users as easy as ever.

If you’ve been watching coverage of the 2012 London Olympics, then you might have already seen these ads. If you haven’t, take a look at one here:

Basically, the advertisements argue that Apple fans are so inept that they can’t tell the difference between a Mac and a brown paper bag.

In other advertisements, the same Genius Bar employee is seen offering help to Mac users who apparently have no clue how to function in proper society. We understand that Apple is trying to show off how useful its Genius Bar employees can be. However, when Apple sells computers to people, it advertises how easy it is to do anything on Mac OS X.

Then, when we see a Genius Bar employee being heckled by apparently clueless Apple users wherever he goes, it becomes a little more difficult to believe that Macs are as easy to use as Apple claims they are. Either that, or Apple users have the thought capacity of a herd of sheep.

In any case, the Apple advertisements are getting torn apart on YouTube right now. They feature thousands of dislikes and the comments are good for a laugh. Check out the other two advertisements here:

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