Mac OS is just different. If you study it from scratch, then it will probably be better, because more stable, reliable and less susceptible to viruses. But if you have studied and worked under Windows for a long time, then in my personal experience it will be very painful and difficult to switch to a Mac OS. I was presented with makair and no matter how hard I tried, I did not manage to fully switch to it. If you just surf the Internet, news, mail, YouTube, watch videos, then nothing complicated. But if the task is to switch to a Mac completely like a working computer (working with tables, presentations, Word, etc.), then it will be like changing from a left-hand drive car to mechanics, to a right-hand drive car on the machine. Yes, it is possible, but it will cause a lot of inconvenience. Completely different hotkeys, some keys are basically missing (del, home). The file system is different. In general, the architecture of the menus and submenus is different. If you have been working under Windows for years and have become accustomed to what, how and where, then everything is different on a Mac, then what was familiar to you on Windows and “at hand”, the Mac will be in the most unobvious place for you. Having suffered for 2 years, I was not used to the MAC OS architecture, and as a result I installed licensed Windows for Mac on MacAir. At the same time, I am a fan of Apple phones and tablets, I think that everything is arranged competently and intuitively in the iPhone and iPad, but MAC OS is a completely different story, for me macos is closer to android
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Perhaps this can be described as: beautiful, but unusual. Many things were different, although they were quickly found later, on the whole there were few problems with the "transplant". There were also pleasant surprises when I did not know how to do something, which is easily done in Windows, and then I discovered that the same thing is done much easier in OS X. And perhaps most importantly, it quickly became boring, for example, nothing needs to be configured ( and sometimes not), and if necessary, it takes little time. Most likely there was boredom, because the idea of "sit down and work" was more felt here, rather than "mood and work".