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Every windows update makes me feel like buying a mac

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  • 4
    And every mac update makes you feel you don't have to use computers anymore?
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    @asgs i tell u when i get one
  • 4
    Shoddy, outdated, overpriced and locked hardware looks rather like a problem in its own right than a solution.
  • 2
    I have a mechanical typewriter for sale. If you feel like using shitty tech from a century ago, at least you won't overpay.
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    @ilPinguino wont do for me, i need a good graphic card 😅
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    @priandpasta I'll throw in a set of brand new fine liners!
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    @asgs that's how Linux happens
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    @ilPinguino oh no that would skyrocket my hipster points

    Hnnn.. but owning a mac as well 🤔 i have some thinking to do
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    @priandpasta interesting profile you have. Construction architect unicorn 😁
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    6 months using a macbook Pro now, sure I like it and it's quick to boot, but there have been 2 macos upgrades that made me want to poke out my eyes - one crashed after 1 hour rebooting
  • 3
    Watch Louis Rossman’s channel. Don’t do it
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    @nibor o.õ
    The hell...
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    @jeeper loved that there's someone that made a youtube career out off fixing apple products
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    @priandpasta I’ve had my macbook pro since mid 2014 and never had a problem with it, so I do recommend it because of my personal experience. It’s worth mentioning that I also have an iPhone so I benefit a lot from all the goodies like copy-paste between devices, taking calls on my mac and then continue the call on my iPhone, etc... everything is so synced and I like that. Now it’s not a good moment to buy a mac because they are migrating from intel to ARM so I’m waiting for it to upgrade mine, then I’ll sell my current mac and even with it’s 6yo I can still get a decent amount of money for it in my local market.
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    Not sure whether you insulted Windows or Mac.
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    Every Mac update makes me wish I could use Ubuntu at work.

    Last week I had my work MacBook Pro stop booting and had to do a factory reset, losing a load of settings in the process. Have had those sorts of problems on Windows too, but never on Ubuntu. And I used Ubuntu professionally for five years.
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    Try some Linux first - updates work just fine in the mainstream distributions.
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