Best move I've every made was installing KDE
in 2008 and giving up on Mac OS
as my desktop productivity space. Penz is apparently wrong
and doesn't reflect
my feelings I had back in 2008.
The only difference is I never got involved in the Aqua
madness even when Mac OS
was my desktop environment. Even in those earlier days it was obvious that Aqua
was a mess, I'll conceived and not going anywhere. Four years later it looks like things haven't improved one bit for Aqua
If you wrote why you think KDE/QT was a mess and why it wasn't going anywhere I couldn't have just reversed it.
[...](no choice of desktops on Mac OS)
was always a whore as far as resources and usability goes grossly outclassed by other Windows managers and desktop environments when it came to reliability and ease of use.[/b]
To prevent that reversal you could have written in what way other window managers and desktop environments are more reliable and easier to use.
However none of them are worth a damn when it comes to getting work done in the way that KDE
is. Even KDE
has buggy apps but at least KDE
gets the core features to work right.
Why do you get more done in Mac OS? In what way does it get the "core features" more right than the desktop environments you have used?
[...](Don't know about iOS integration and why it should be important for my productivity)
That being said Mac OS
still has a place in my house. I just see it as a crime to try to sell it as a effective replacement for the likes of KDE
You still haven't told my why