That is more than likely BS. I have a gaming desktop with an Nvidia card and a gaming laptop with an AMD card and have had issues out of both. I have a college degree in computer networking and am a A+ Certified computer technician and I have had issues but oddly enough PC gamers never have issues. Yeah.... I do not buy it
I like playing games on my PCs (probably about 15% of my gaming time is on PC) but to argue it is as easy to get into as consoles is nonsense
No offense, but in the tech industry referencing an A+ cert is like telling everyone you are clueless. Its an entry level certification thats required for entry level work. Its also a test that people can easily brain dump.
Second, an associate in Computer Networking is a good start -- but its also worthless unless you have the CCNA (No ... not the CCENT). The CCNA is about a magnitude of 100x better than the A+ for Networking, and the CCNP is about 10x better than that (with the CCNE another 10x better than the CCNP).