I have constructed PCs and Linux boxes from parts. I assembled and ran a disseminated Linux bunch. I had a couple of kinds of Linux on a workstation when it was non-unimportant. I can deal with running Linux fine and dandy.
In any case, now I pick not to. I have a Mac.
Why? I simply don’t have time for that stuff any longer. I am at a place in my life where I will readily pay more cash for a result of higher quality that spares personal time since I am (1) truly cracking occupied and (2) not broke any longer. I require a low support, superior processing device. Macintosh OS X and the greater part of its significant applications are all around incorporated, fantastic devices. Macintoshes are likewise delightful and sparkling, and I like that as much as anyone else, however it’s auxiliary.
With respect to the inquiry’s introduce that you can get as great a UI in Linux as you can on a Mac, that is simply not genuine. Indeed, there are some exceptionally gleaming Linux distros and window chiefs out at this point. However, the nature of outsider Linux applications’ UIs is, by and large, still poor—unquestionably not comparable to the normal UI nature of Mac applications. You need to take a gander at that while considering an OS on the grounds that without outsider applications, the OS wouldn’t get you extremely far.