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So I came to the conclusion that switching back and forth between using MacOS at home and Windows in the office was no longer giving me any tangible benefits. In fact, I expect this migration to produce some productivity increases due to keyboard shortcuts finally being the same across all my devices. Looking at the available options for new Windows laptops, I found that they were not really superior to the laptop I already had, so I wanted to see if I could use Windows 10 on my MacBook Pro instead.
I had previously been using VMWare Fusion to occasionally run Windows applications on my Mac in a virtual machine, and that had worked really well for casual usage from time to time. I know of many people who divide their hard disk into equal partitions to be able to switch back and forth between MacOS and Windows as needed. Before you do anything else, make sure you have a complete backup of all your data. This process is potentially destructive to all the data on your hard disk!
Please note that I actually did a 2-step upgrade process, because I began the migration a week before the final version of Windows 10 was released. So I bought and installed Windows 8. But you can do the exact same process straight to Windows 10 now by buying and installing a Windows 10 license directly. Did I already mention that you should make a complete backup of all your data before proceeding? While the installation process might seem a bit daunting at first, it is actually pretty smooth sailing once you know what to do.
The laptop was fast and responsive, the screen was sharp, and the keyboard was easy to type on. Having a legacy USB port proved to be invaluable, especially in those early days as I was using a thumb drive to move files from the old machine to the new one. I also loved having a built-in micro SD card reader, even if I would have preferred a full-sized SD card slot. But still, better than the dearth of connectivity options on the MacBook Pro.
Apple really set the standard in the modern capacitive touchscreen world when the original iPhone came out. Considering how good the touchscreen on the iPad and later iPad Pro got, I assumed a touch-display on a MacBook Pro was just around the corner. After spending about 18 months with the HP Spectre x, I can tell you unequivocally that having a touchscreen on a laptop is great. It just makes multitasking that much easier.
A touchscreen is also great for working with images in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. When I needed to do some shading or make a precise selection, it was far easier to do that with the HP Tilt Pen a powered stylus than it was with the trackpad or even a mouse. No, the pen-on-screen system is not as accurate as a Wacom tablet, but for a minimal, travel-friendly setup, it works very well. As a user, there are zero disadvantages to a touchscreen. Not only do most companies make and update their macOS software first hello, GoPro , but the Mac versions by and large work better than their Windows counterparts.
Some programs you can't even get for Windows. Carbon Copy Cloner, one of the most important programs in my arsenal, just plain doesn't exist for Windows. There are, and literally all of them suck quite thoroughly. Even when apps do exist for both platforms, the Windows versions are far buggier.
Even basic things like two-finger scrolling through a timeline in Adobe Premiere are completely borked. I hear random chimes all the time. How do you do that, you ask? Why, just follow these elaborate steps through the baffling Registry Editor and enter some code into a sea of gobbledygook. By contrast, the same task in macOS involves four straightforward steps.
The one arena where Windows has the software advantage is gaming. Much of that is owed to the modular nature of PCs, where you can slap a super-powered graphics processor into your chassis, but the net result is there are far fewer games for Apple computers. As if to emphasize this, while demand for virtual reality content is steadily growing, Steam just announced that it will be discontinuing SteamVR support for macOS.
Womp womp. Sweet Vishnu, why are drive letters still a thing that exist in Windows? Of all the ideas Microsoft has lifted from Apple over the years, ditching drive letters should have been among the first. You can use the Disk Management app to manually assign a letter to each of your storage devices, but Windows sometimes switches the letters back anyway.
Throw drive letters into a sea of sulfuric lava. Apple has found a way. Linux has found a way. Generally, Apple bundles several small updates into one big pack so you can run them all at once. With a Windows machine, like my Spectre x, different components are made by different companies, and each has its own update schedule. The Microsoft and HP updates are usually fine. The website scans your PC and tells you what updates you need to download.
It frequently tells me that I need to install an update that I have already installed. For Nvidia which makes the graphics chip , you have to remember to open the GeForce Experience app from time to time, log in, and then install a gigantic update file. This update file is either very necessary for basic computing functions or is an optimization for some new game that you do not—and will never—own.
It would be great if Microsoft could wrangle all of these loose parts into one unified update app, because right now it feels very haphazard. But what the hell is it doing? And why? It woke up like this once when it was plugged in, and it whirred all night and was too hot to pick up in the morning.
The bottom of the laptop had two rubber strips to keep it from sliding around on a table. I once put it in, fully charged, then pulled it out on a flight only to discover that it had awakened for reasons unknown, was blazing hot, and that the battery had drained to 17 percent. I had a ton of work to do that day, and there were no outlets on that five-hour flight. Who knows. I like having Windows Hello face recognition and a fingerprint scanner, but both are pretty inconsistent.
The fingerprint scanner is very finicky. I would say that roughly half of the time, it takes multiple attempts to recognize my finger. After it fails five times, it forces me to type my password, and this happens more often than it should. Most of the time, my laptop works great. Even Windows is fine most of the time. I should note that macOS is also not perfect. I remember plenty of frustrating bugs in Apple-land too—especially with the Adobe suite—but the problems in Windows are simply more numerous and more frequent.
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