"But Mac OS doesn't have..." because it's a leisure computer, not a wagecuck computer. All this hyper-productivity bullshit with your tiling windows, shortcuts and all results in neurotic computer use, as if the whole purpose of your computing is to maximize the dollar per hour earned for your boss. Gentlemen never hurry, the Macs have a relaxed workflow, but they will take you much further.
Macs have everything humans care about: Nice feeling of metal, beautiful screen, beautiful sound, an aesthetic user interface, a nice experience, and you even look good doing it.
i like my mac but you are gay
macos refuses to open some dicky pics of mine, it just says "x.jpg file cannot be found"
>Macs have everything humans care about: Nice feeling of metal, beautiful screen, beautiful sound, an aesthetic user interface, a nice experience, and you even look good doing it.
You have strange ideas of what humans care about. Also you fail to realize that Macs only exist to extract money from people who don't know any better.
>it's a leisure computer
Cool. Now play some video games on it.
videogames are for manchildren
grow up and get better pastimes
>it's a leisure computer
>NOOOOOO NOT THAT KIND OF LEISURE
>it's for leisure
>most games don't work
Staring at nice icons isn't my idea of leisure
Mcos don't got shortcuts?
Maximizing my efficiency is about giving me more free time, not giving my company more money.
picrel is every macos user
the inconvenient truth is that mission control is the best 'tiling' manager of any os ever. the animation(!) and smoothness is unmatched.
but for the haters, don't fret. macos has been going downhill with increasing speed when Timmeh became CEO.
MacOS's animation is the visual equivalent of the seat belt warning sound. It helps novices understand what's happening, but experienced users wish they could turn that shit off.
you can turn it off
its the first thing i did when i borrowed someones macbook, that shit is so fucking annoying
You can? How? Last time I used a MacBook, it couldn't be turned off
If MacOS had a proper task bar, Mission Control wouldn't even be neccessary.
I'm sure it's fine but as a nerd I need to be able to rice my OS and install cool themes and pointless visual effects
Windows lets me do that, Linux lets me do that
MacOS doesn't so it's out
i'm glad the coffee is photoshopped, it would give me anxiety to hold it in bed like that
Just a few threads ago Macbooks were supposed to be le productivity powerhouse
>the final redpill.
If you want to be redpilled about Mac OS, you need to read about Gatekeeper.
You better make sure the government approves of all the apps you're running on that thing.