“I state confidently that the Mac operating system is the easiest, the most reliable and overall the best OS on the planet,” Andy Ihnatko writes for The Chicago Sun-Times.
“When I get flaming e-mails stating otherwise, I shake my head sympathetically and note that this is what years of using Windows does to your soul. Unless the correspondent is a Linux user, in which case I grumblingly concede the reliability point but stand firm on everything else,” Ihnatko writes. “This latest edition is a tremendous leap forward. It’s The Who playing live at Leeds, where Windows is your kid’s middle-school class playing ‘Jingle Bells’ on the recorder.”
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