“Ever since Boot Camp appeared on the scene, there have been several comments about Macs being better Windows machines than Windows machines. The weird thing is it’s actually true,” Steven Frank, co-founder of Panic, blogs.
“I won’t lie to you — I use Windows occasionally. It’s important for me as a Mac developer to use Windows once in a while, because it’s a fantastic lesson on how do absolutely everything wrong when designing software,” Frank writes. “The other 90% of the time, I use Windows because it is a popular gaming API. I’ve maintained a succession of PCs over the years just to play a handful of games that never got ported to the Mac. (I’m looking at you, Half-Life series! Bastards.)”
“Having just set up XP in Boot Camp again over the weekend, I’m amazed again by how much better the experience is than using a Windows box built by an actual Windows box vendor,” Frank writes.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “RadDoc” for the heads up.]