What’s funny is just a few years ago this type of conversation was completely reversed when talking about Apple Mouse products (the old 1 button then the puck, the. The scroll wheel on the top). Huh? The controls you use are OS dependant and thus you’re using the OS a LOT more than you think. Example: Cut, copy, paste. Renaming multiple files in a folder at once. Copying multiple files from various locations in the file system (UI not cmd-line) Then the big difference: screenshots - by default OSX still have more options than all Windows variants. There is a LOT more such as interactions between the core apps and third party apps within a UI, cloud storage interoperability (why MS OneNote still has its own sharing function that breaks your ability to edit notes if you use Windows explorer or OneDrive to move or share notes; and it’s Microsoft own products which they’ve made into enterprise a damn issue once you enable and protect your Documents folder for O365. Grrr! There literally hundreds of pages of complaints and troubleshooting suggestions that fail!) There is more of the core OS end users use than they realize. If you truly use the browser then you should be using a modern day dumb-terminal, tablet or compute-stick unless graphics use is a concern. My humble opinion here of course. You do realize laptops route power from adapter through the battery right? What’s worse is manually corporations still fail when creating their own images to include the proper manufacturers power management drivers to protect the battery. Many times in less than a year I’ve seen users complain their laptop suddenly will not power on where I disconnect from power adapter, pull the battery, reconnect adapter (sans-battery), and powers on. Then power off out back the battery and on only to install the drivers so the battery can be calibrated properly. 5 global corporations in the last 15yrs now on my 6th and nothing has changed. Laptop in external charger does stop charging the battery after a charging it: typically to 91% to preserve longevity but running off battery doesn’t affect laptop performance over time; that’s just cpu being affected and when battery is low OR performance is set to battery performance in Windows. I’ll agree some apps eat battery life due to heavy system performance use ... but the system doesn’t begin to drop I. Performance just due to battery life over time. Charge battery or plug in system is back to normal. Battery life is affected over time of long use as charging drops to minimal thresholds. I hope I’m explaining that right (though I have a feeling I’m not).