I use both as it depends on what you want to do with it. Although that doesn’t really apply to just a general user that just needs Facebook, email and some word processing, since pretty much anything can do that for them.
Growing up, I was always strictly PC, mostly due to cost but also because I am a gamer and since I work in IT (Support, Repair and Building) it just made sense. And then I finally switched from Android to iPhone (when the 5S was released) and I loved it. Got an iPad not long after that and then several years later, I got a Mac mini (due to being cheap), that rarely got used because it was too underpowered for much of anything, so I eventually got a MacBook Pro, so that I could start learning the macOS and how to troubleshoot and fix them and expand my IT knowledge and client base.
Couple years after that, I made the jump from my custom built PC (that I left in the USA) and got an iMac since I was starting to do iOS app development on the MacBook and it has been an awesome investment.
I do use BootCamp so that I can still game and the model I got (mid-tier 27inch model and I upgraded the RAM myself) has been able to handle every game I throw at it, PUBG, Fortnite, Diablo 3, The Division, and doesn’t even skip a beat, easily 60 to 90 FPS at all times. And now that Apple has External GPU support, I will still be able to use this system for gaming for years to come.