- Nov 14, 2007
Here's someone who don't seem to agree with you on the reliability of Windows 10: #211I've got to the point where I've almost had it completely with OS X. I use computers A LOT. My machines are powered up at 9 am in the morning, I work through till 3pm, and then start again at 6 pm and work to midnight (regular 12 hour days). This is happening 6 days a week, and I'm usually gaming on my day off. Almost every day there is some kind of glitch with OS X, and it is beginning to get tedious. This is the sort of behaviour I used to get from Windows, and was one of the major reasons I switched to the Mac in the first place!
By contrast, Windows has become a lot more reliable, and with Windows 10 has even got to the point where it is easier to use than Mac OS X! The situation is becoming ridiculous; what the heck happened to intuitive design, high build quality and reliability? Apple really need to get their sh*t together!
I also use computers a lot (work as a ”PC/Mac Support” guy at a big office with many users of both Windows and OS X) and I don't agree that OS X is that unreliable as you say. Of course things aren't perfect, but hardly as bad as some here think.
Also curios about what it is you think makes Windows 10 easier to use than OS X? I like Windows 10 overall too, but still curios…
Can't stand the truncated Windows style pop-up menus of Firefox.Use Firefox...
EDIT: Safari has gotten better, but I prefer FireFox. The early days of Safari kind of burned me out with the drama using it...
Look at how it behaves when changing language on https://www.wikipedia.org (there in the text input filed) compared to Safari/Chrome/Opera.