Is Mac or Windows more stable?

Both Mac and Windows are stable operating systems, but they have different strengths and weaknesses in terms of stability.

MacOS is known for its stability and reliability, mainly because it is designed and optimized to run on a limited range of hardware. Apple controls both the hardware and software components of their devices, so they can optimize the performance and stability of the system. Additionally, MacOS has a more controlled ecosystem with fewer third-party applications that can cause stability issues.

Windows, on the other hand, runs on a wide range of hardware, and Microsoft has to ensure compatibility with a vast array of third-party applications. While Windows has made great strides in improving stability in recent years, it is still more susceptible to crashes and compatibility issues than MacOS.

Overall, both Mac and Windows are stable operating systems, but MacOS is generally considered more stable due to its optimized hardware-software integration and more controlled ecosystem. However, the stability of any operating system also depends on factors such as the hardware configuration, installed applications, and how the system is used and maintained.