I say it's because Macs are so much more user friendly and reliable- (completely true by the way--my kids have their college savings in Apple stocks--so buy a two or three) but the real reason is, gulp, I don't know how to work a PC. At all. If you say 'right click', you may as well say 'hop on your right foot and press B' because it makes no sense to me. Why would a mouse have two buttons on it anyway?
I've been on Macs since before they were Macs--remember the Apple II. We had one. And then in high my journalism class got the Macintosh--so cute, so easy and so perfect. I learned my Apple + commands quickly and never even considered getting on a PC.
Then I got to college and was in an English class that taught word processing, on the PC. I would go to the library, get on the PC and fight back the tears as I searched for the familiar apple on my keyboard to no avil. I stumbled through and vowed to never return to the PC.
On job interviews after college, I was direct. Do you work on a Mac or PC? If it was a PC, I ruled out the opportunity.
And life was good. I stuck to my system at home. Taught the kids how to use Macs and avoided my husband's PC at all costs.
The other day we were at the car wash and the kids hopped up to the Macs on the computer bar. Dino, not being as quick, was stuck behind a PC. I went over to try to help him get over to Poptropica but I was at a loss. I didn't know how to control the mouse or how to get to the internet. A college student finally leaned over and helped us out. I am betting I was the joke of the frat house that night. 'The dumb blonde couldn't even open a window" Ha, ha.
So there you have it. A secret I have shared with my husband, a college frat boy, and now you. I do not know what 'right click' (and about hundred other PC related items) work.
Oh and I case you are wondering about my knowledge of Microsoft--don't ask. I am familiar with their names and if my software can convert them. And that is it. Thank goodness my software converts most of it ;)