Guys I'm very attracted to move to a Mac for my work laptop since my company just started providing it. However, my personal machines are all Windows. I've always been a keyboard shortcut guy and wondering if this would drive me crazy Does anybody else use both platforms on a daily basis and what's the mixed experience like? Does it become an annoyance? -------- Update after 50 hours on Macbook Guys I want to provide an update for future readers. Although comments below are fairly positive, I ran through the experience myself. The Macbook experience overall is SUPERB! The gestures, etc feel so natural that I felt like I was in sort of a trance with everything working so well and could remain focused on my actual work very well. I don't think Windows comes close though I've not spent too much time on Windows 8. However, I've chosen to return the Macbook and here's why - I do most of my work from a Windows PC and RDP into another Windows laptop and since there is no RDP for Mac, I did a VNC into it. The latency times as you move windows, open bookmarks, etc is poor on VNC compared to RDP. Also, I found myself often fumbling with the zooming in keys, using the home/end buttons which all don't seem to work. I'm sure I could get some of them to work manipulating the keys, using 3rd party programs, etc but at the end of the day, I'll be spending too much time on this stuff. If I was given the option of using Mac OS everywhere, I would have probably chosen it but Macs aren't cheap and running Macs on self-built computers can often be problematic with drivers, etc. Hence, conclusion is - running on a Mac and PC environment isn't for me. I think I would reach the same conclusion had it been Windows + Linux or any other flavor. Thanks everybody for your comments and help on this thread! Lastly - I think the OS isn't playing a major role like it did before. A lot of what we are within apps. For e.g in the browser and with Chrome and many other browsers, you have a ton of extensions that do what you did before in another app. Most of my time is spent between Chrome, Outlook, Excel and a text editor making the underlying OS irrelevant to a certain degree.