Mac and windows aren't really meant to be compared like you are doing now, Windows is meant to be a workstation/gaming system while Mac is meant for productivity mainly with video editing and other things like that. So for the most part I agree with you but it is not fair to judge operating systems on what games they can get.
Comparing it on anything other than gaming and heavy rendering would not be fair. They have different tasks meant for them.
Also have you ever used a Mac? I use a macbook pro for school and it is fantastic for that, it is small and does everything faster than the other windows laptops.
This is just turning in to a battle of the anecdotes, Mac books come stock with pci-e based nvme drives which are some of the fastest storage systems on the market, that is what I meant when said that they are faster. Because of that speed thy are good for video editing and basic web design, professionals that work on websites like college humor say that they prefer Mac for its simplistic design.
Like I said before, each system has its own uses, because of this it is very difficult to argue one side or the other. For the most part it is a good idea to get a windows computer unless you know that you need a Mac for what ever you are doing.