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  1. AJ Zane
    July 18, 2018 @ 7:50 pm

    I completely agree with the Linux alternative point. As someone who has stopped doing design work and started focusing 100% on dev, making the switch to Ubuntu was a breeze. Getting comfortable with command line means that I don’t need to switch gears when logging into the Linux servers my sites are hosted on. Plus, with the amount of stuff stored in the cloud these days, data sync was not an issue

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    • Joseph Abraham
      July 18, 2018 @ 10:30 pm

      Thank you AJ! I didn’t think about Linux and the practical implications toward cloud storage. Great point. Comparatively, OS X constantly requires you to relearn your operating system. It’s arguable that many of the changes are relatively unnecessary.

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  2. NoOne
    February 18, 2022 @ 7:27 pm

    This is more true in 2022 than it ever was. 35 year network Engineer and I.T. Specialist here..made the fatal error of switching to all Apple gear 11 years ago primarily because of Logic pro.. thousands of $$$$$$ later and a whole draw full of dead iPhones and iPads (every one of them began to fail just at the 24 month mark, what a coincidence). i then sat and watched my very expensive custom built Macbook Pro and custom built Imac get murdered/assassinated by Apples own ‘faulty by design’ plist files causing kernel task to use up to 10,700% CPU resulting in forced fake shutdowns…

    I could go on.. main gist for me is soon as you enter the Apple eco system freestyle creativity and innovation and digital intuition take a sharp nose dive. Steve jobs purportedly said “think out the box”.. ‘but that Apple box is in fact a prison.

    After 11 years in that mind stifling jail I’m finally breaking out and forever..

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    • Joseph Abraham
      September 20, 2022 @ 11:54 am

      I’m glad you finally left the Matrix. 😀

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