— AntiGravity (@codecrawl) August 13, 2015
When I first got hold of my Mac, the first thing that I did was to check out Boot Camp in Mac and try installing a copy of Windows into it. I have been a long time user of Windows and I have lost touch with Mac for more than 10 years.
Before using Mac as my main desktop at home, I had this thinking that I might have applications that I would not be able to install into Mac. This worry was unfounded.
Now after using Mac for a couple of months, I found that I rarely switch back to using Windows in the Boot Camp.
Except for some of my company’s applications, I can find most of the applications that I need and do most all of my things in Mac. So nowadays, I rarely boot up my Mac in Windows. There is basically no need for that.