My first experience
Years ago, I bought myself an Apple computer: a MacBook. It looked sleek and eye-catching. People who used the MacBook looked like they were from another planet. They behaved in a way that hinted that they were elite. Of course, it had its price tag.
I have been windows user all my life. I love Outlook as my email program, Microsoft Office for professional work and zillions of other programs for various tasks.
MacBook had its own ecosystem. As soon as I started to use it, I hit a roadblock. Basically, nothing which I had previously used, was working on it. I got extremely frustrated and tried to find ways to carry my working environment onto my MacBook. This effort was a total failure, so I ended up using a virtual windows machine on apple to run windows and do my work. Within a year I lost it during a trip to Bangkok and that was the end of my short-lived MacBook experience. [Read more…]