Republican or Democrat. Brexit or remaining in the EU. Pepsi or Coke.
There are some things that people just can’t agree on.
These debates all pale in comparison to the one argument that is so vitriolic, so polemic, and so bitter that it’s infamous the world over: The Mac vs Windows debate.
The heated rivalry has brought out the worst in people, with message boards, forums, and social media threads being the digital battlegrounds for these two factions to clash. The primary method of attack for Windows supporters is to scoff at the price of Apple’s Mac products. Mac aficionados — while they only make up 9-13% of all operating system users — go for the throat by ridiculing how error-prone Windows is.
But I’m glad to say that the operating system war has finally come to an end with a clear victor.
With their trojan horse — Big Sur — they’ve created an OS that’s so streamlined, easy to use, and downright fast — all while tying it in with the interface of iPadOS and iOS — that Windows 10’s defeat was inevitable.
But what’s changed, exactly? What are Big Sur’s most exciting features? And, more importantly, when is macOS 11 being released?
Make your way through the following sections in this Process Street post to find out:
- Introducing Big Sur, Apple’s 11th MacOS
- Everything that’s changed since Catalina
- Why Big Sur is such a big success — particularly for productivity
- When is the Big Sur release date?
- Productivity tools to enhance Big Sur even further
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