There is a large group of people who have never used a Mac and a set of avid Mac users who claim that they would never use a Windows PC. This article is for none of the groups. It's for Mac users who have some curiosity about what's going on in the other camp, especially with the arrival of new Windows 1
Maybe you & # 39; You are fascinated by the wide range of Windows computer data, including ultraportables, such as the LG Gram, a full-size laptop that weighs just two kilos, and convertibles that do double duty like tablets and laptops. Then there are super-high-powered game rigs, which you can build even with hand-picked, upgradeable parts. At the other end of the spectrum, if you want a small computer, you can get something like Intel NUC which is less than half the size (and price) of Apple's smallest option, the Mac mini. You can even get a USB stick that is actually a PC that you can plug into the back of an HDTV, such as Lenovo Ideacentre Stick 300.
You may be fascinated by Windows 10 features like touch screen support, face logon -, VR and accessibility features. Or maybe it's the more comprehensive library of software you can run on it, including PC games that aren't available or less complete on Mac. Maybe you are an Android user and like the ability to view texts and pictures from your phone using Windows 10 & # 39; s Your Phone app.
Maybe you're starting a new job in a Windows-centric office, and learning Microsoft's OS is less a matter of choice than necessity.
I have used both operating systems for many years, and I appreciate both, although I feel that I can make the Windows interface work more efficiently. I'll admit that macOS is somewhat easier to maintain and more trouble-free than Windows. It's a trade-off, as my comparison of macOS and Windows shows between features-by-function.
So if you decide to take the step from Cupertino to Redmond, here are some tips to get you started and smooth journey into Windows 10.