>>52653259 >osx >intuitive >maximize doesn't maximize >fullscreen doesn't fullscreen >close doesn't close >minimize does, in fact, minimize >have to pay for an app in order to delete or move files from the file manager ok breh
>>52653280 Adobe software is in general outdated. Look at the standards editors on OS X use, with version history, full screen support, etc. Then look at Adobe Photoshop CC, the 'leader' in image editing, and it lacks all of these basic functions.
If only Adobe bought over Pixelmator and implemented it into Photoshop...
>>maximize doesn't maximize It recently got replaced by "Full Screen", which is more useful in most cases, if you want to maximize (which is called Zoom) hold option (alt or ⌥) while clicking on the green button to get the "plus".
>>fullscreen doesn't fullscreen full screen in fact does full screen, look at pic related. >>close doesn't close It closes the window, it's a different mindset than windows, yeah, but you can wish to close a window rather than to close a program, this can be useful for cases like closing a document and opening a new document, or when you are downloading a file in a web browser, you can safely close the window without having the download interrupted. To quit an application you can use a shortcut or go to the taskbar or dock. >>minimize does, in fact, minimize Yes, nice of you to state this. >>have to pay for an app in order to delete or move files from the file manager I literally can not comprehend what you are saying here, you have full control over the file system for every app, unless it's the OS' system files, which you can gain access to with some terminal trickery.
>>52653526 >switching to a different workspace and blanking is fullscreen >changing the window size to 40% of the screen height and 90% of width is maximizing Macfags everyone! At least you admitted to being a complete cuck.
>>52653558 >switching to a different workspace and blanking is fullscreen oh sure, i guess its nicer to have your other windows scattered under the full screen program, instead of opening a different space, again, this is just a different mind set and has no disadvantages.
>changing the window size to 40% of the screen height and 90% of width is maximizing what? it covers the whole screen width and height (minus the task bar and dock if they are visible, but you can hide both)
>>52653670 >osx is known for its global shortcuts throughout all programs, ok mostly dont use ctrl but cmd instead, but you can change all of them to your liking >has had right mouse click for ages, even gives you the option to richt click with ctrl + click
>>52653375 I once read somewhere that Adobe software on Windows wasn't up to par with OS X version (either buggy or poor performance), but that was ages ago. And by ages, I mean more than a decade. Must be a stereotype from the 90s. It really isn't better in any way nowadays.
>>52653943 Yes, osx supports version history, locally it keeps every version of the document as long as there is enough storage on the main drive (with time machine this also gets saved to a different drive), you can revert to any version by going to file, you can even have a 'time machine' view with the current and older versions side by side and compare them, before reverting back to that version.
It has the full screen option with continuously pressing the 'f' key, theres a function in osx to bring applications that are in full screen to a new desktop.
>>52656446 osx has had support for mice with right click for a long while, if you only use a mouse with one button you can't be mad that it doesn't have a right button, since you can easily just attach one that does have a right button. in this case osx does not represent the single button apple mice. Also, let me clarify that the latest models of apple mice have had a right click option, even the ones with only one button, they used a method to determine if you pressed down on the right side of the mouse.
>>52656503 Oh, ok then, what you're saying is that as long as Windows doesn't have these features, Adobe shouldn't feel obliged to update Photoshop with more modern Post Anno 2015 features. Thank you Windows, for lagging behind the pack.
>>52653375 It still got software that windows dont have but aside that its just an x86 machine that run a unix like without the customization that you could get on loonix because that would imply that Steve Jobs can be wrong.
>>52653400 >Ubuntu crashes with my nvidia 750 gti, have tried every possible solution available online and noveau drivers cause screen tear, anybody got a solution? Yeah. Don't use nVidia on linux. [wh000 my R9nano just arrived today, will be replacing a 6770]
>>52653375 I'm an oldfag, and this goes way back to the 80's. Back then PC's were shit running dos programs, and macs were dominating desktop publishing market with their graphical desktop OS. Windows was pretty far behind for quite awhile.
>>52653259 You can make a mac yourself from parts, hell you could have all these operating systems installed and switch between them. See tonymacx86 for help. All the osx hardware is wrong on your pic. Also your Best for section is pointless as they all do what each can, it's especially so for osx and linux which are almost functionally the same. >>52653338 >osx can only be legally obtained with an apple desktop product no you just need an itunes account, or use a friends, download the os and put it on a usb drive. It's free. as in it costs nothing but the time it takes to create an itunes account if you can't find one to use.
>>52653375 >Could you give me any evidence that it is better on mac?
Having Display PostScript/PDF (aka Quartz) as a native component of the OS is one hell of an advantage for 2D print media.
Aside from true WYSIWYG, I've written custom applications for a printing company that had to run on OS X because running on Windows would have required licensing expensive libraries and a shit ton more programming. By contrast the operations that had to be applied to press ready PDFs were simple to code on OS X.
>>52653618 >oh sure, i guess its nicer to have your other windows scattered under the full screen program, instead of opening a different space, again, this is just a different mind set and has no disadvantages.
For normie users it's better to full screen to a new space.
For an autist like me who has a predefined number of spaces, every single one with a hot key, it fucking sucks that I can't go full screen to the a space of my choosing.
>>52653862 all werks o loonix too m8 and i have a clipboard without needing to use my keyboard. i just highlight text then middle-click into a textbox to past, a luxury mac-fags and win-fags will likely never know
>>52660385 nah it's style points. most of all linuxs come wih updaters. the one for mint is cash, and it speciffically avoidsany breaking updates. and 17.3 means now it will automatically select the fastest repositories and tell you when your cache has stopped responding to pings and you need to switch repos
linux breaking or the shell being relevant are memes
>>52653280 Design student here. Many people use Macs because they are "cool", not because they are good for design (it isn't, same shit as windows). Also, it's mostly graphic design students, since they only do comparatively lightweight stuff on the adobe suite. Product design students must use windows whether they like it or not, because CAD and renderer options are vastly better, so even the ones that have macs need bootcamp/parallels. Also, it's hilarious to see macfags take many hours to finish a rendering that my Xeon E3 mITX desktop finishes in less than 30 minutes.
>>52653259 >linux is tough to learn wew https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-PTQVeCF9k
The Windows 8/8.1/10 snafu, the exploding popularity of ChromeOS and Steam's flirtation with Linux boxes have got a lot of people finally taking Linux distros seriously. However you feel about them, distros like Elementary and Ubuntu look clean and unintimidating, which is massively important to get people to switch.
Mac users exist in a bubble, but Windows users aren't anywhere near as attached to their OS as they were back XP or 7's long heydays. Google docs has supplanted Microsoft Office and there's always a way to run something on Linux.
>>52664376 robots have dedicated operating system that run in real time unlike any of what op listed and fyi most of the development is done on your very passionately hated windows by non-pajeets (because they don't speak any of the relevant languages)
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