It might seem obvious for most of you that Logic Studio does not ship for the Windows OS nor for any OS that is not Apple's own.
I write this because a lot of people (according to the site's traffic statistics) land here via Google searches such as "Logic for PC" or "Logic Studio for PC".
There are 2 ways to have a copy of Logic working on a non-Apple PC and, to be honest, they are not the greatest:
1. Get an old copy of Emagic's Logic for Windows
2. Get a pirated version of Mac OS X for PC
Here are the downfalls:
On the first option you will certainly NOT be up to date as the last Logic version that shipped for Windows was on 2002 (when Apple bought Emagic).
On the second option here are some thoughts:
a. It's illegal
b. It's cumbersome
c. It's not stable
d. There are no updates
e. No Mac experience
I used to be a PC musician curious about "the Mac experience" that everyone was gushing about and I thought it was just hype, I even used to say "damn it I'm a PC guy I build my own computers and I ain't going Mac, f*ck those overpriced-incompatible fruit-labeled boxes".
Then I grew terribly tired of playing the fireman-cum-mechanic-cum-neurosurgeon-cum-plumber-cum-witch doctor with my PCs trying to reduce latency, tweaking every aspect of Windows to make it work for my music, trying to find the right set of components... I then fell for Apple's marketing gimmick "it just works"... It has been exactly that, for me.
I have 2 concrete and solid words to sum it up and to explain why it has been that great:
(June 25th update, for those of you who wonder why, this is exactly the kind of stuff that made me leave Windows, read this Bill Gates email -apparently it's the real deal- where he rants about his own Windows experience, straight from the horse's mouth eh?)