Having a Mac

I normally use Windows and once in a while Ubuntu. I’m one of the rare persons who love Windows 8. It is by far the best version. Mainly because I’m a power user. I never use the tiled start screen. It’s like on a Mac. You should never use the application bar. You should use Spotlight. On Windows, you should use Windows+Q and Windows+W to find settings and applications. As soon as you’ve learned there two shortcuts, life is good.

Back to the Mac. These days, Windows constructors are a selling bad hardware. SSDs are rare, autonomy is bad, screen is ok (not wow), etc etc… Macs are strangely the best deal you can get. For instance, a Mac Book Air is the cheapest computer on which to run Windows efficiently. Doh.

So I ended up with a Mac and decided that before formatting it, I would try OS X (Maverick) just in case. Some stuff is good. It’s really fluid and it wakes up instantaneously for instance.

However, the guy who did the windowing should be exchanged with an hostage of IS. That should slow them down. I will spare him if he agrees to implement the following suggestions:

That would be a good start. I’ve also replaced the shell but I will talk about that another time.