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Apple lost the plot since Steve Jobs died.

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Horrible

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I purchased a MacBook Pro in 2011 and the experience was like no other. It was horrible. The Mac took ages to turn on and was horribly slow. I am never purchasing another, nor will I reccomend one to a friend. I am currently back to using Windows and missed it for the period in which I used that Mac.

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Nah he's right. I also purchased one in 2012 and was indeed horrible. Keys fell off replaced them TWICE. Screen is glitchy. And the updates kept breaking the os . And forst the first time ever since using Mac constant crashes. All this only after 1 year!

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Works seamlessly with macs, bring the best desktop experience I can imagine. The power and functionality is endless, and works perfectly for developing in Apple ecosystem or designing anything

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The half-close, half-open Garden that freed me from the prison of Microsoft Windows.

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Linux is awesome, but it was Mac that freed me from that dirt-hole of Microsoft-Windows. Microsoft-Windows is a torture to my Mind.

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Love it

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I love the look and feel of this OS. I also like that it's built on a UNIX like foundation and got a real Bash terminal to do all the dirty work. This OS makes Windows feel lika a toy.

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I like Mac OS X

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Honestly, I like OS X better than Windows. And I could never quite get the hang of Linux. So kill me.

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Try it again. A lot has happened in the last 7 years. Distros like Mint and Manjaro are great for beginners. Many desktop environments have been improved or entirely re-written recently. KDE Plasma is especially accomplished - far more usable and user-friendly than Windows or MacOS. Otherwise, try the Budgie desktop or, if you're really dead-set on something Mac-like, try Gnome 3.28.