Ethics, Freedom, and Clarity.
I’ve used GNU/Linux as my main and only desktop OS since more than 10 years (as a University student first and now at work).
I’ve always been fine with Linux and I never felt like I was missing something (except Skype, maybe – or a better multiscreen support on KDE). I would from time to time change my desktop environment to refresh the user experience when the UI started to become boring on the eyes (cycling between Unity, KDE, elementary, GNOME) and that purely aesthetic freedom felt great.
But I kept seeing a growing number of colleagues around me using Apple laptops. Were/Are they all blindly following the flavor of the week? No, I don’t think so, they’re smart people. I concluded that there had to be something really better about these MacBooks.
So I ordered one as my new work machine…
…and my experience with it has been positive (yes…
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