• Just looking around
    Posts: 14 from 2020/12/28
    From: Perth, West AU
    I can't think of major cons for any of those systems, except perhaps macOS, it's much worse than OS X, you have less control and it seems the idea of going with custom chips is to make it a walled garden like iOS. MorphOs is fantastic because it runs new software, has great SDK, runs legacy apps like native, etc. Windows - takes time to setup properly, certainly doesn't have any spyware (app insights is about gathering usability information), but otherwise it's boring. Linux - the sky's the limit, you can do anything on it and you can run it on a wristwatch or a space rocket. Amiga OS 4 - I have to say I've lost interest over 10 years ago so I can't comment (I did buy it, just never got around to installing it).

    [ Edited by mac6six 22.02.2021 - 11:12 ]
    Software engineer and systems architect
    4 x PowerMac G5 (main), 3 x iMac G5, Mac Mini, PowerBook G4 (w/o MorphOS)
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