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>> No.73566236

No, that's one of the few things that isn't shit about them.

>> No.73566332

>>73566209

Ryzentosh’s are easy to create. You are uninformed.

>> No.73566340

I don't like the OS itself.

>> No.73566377

>>73566332
This.

>> No.73566389

>>73566340
Why?

>> No.73566630

>>73566209
Why would I use macOS over a Linux distro?

>> No.73566733

>>73566630
Cause Adobe is full of f*gs and ithings development AKA what >>73566658 said.

>> No.73566916

>>73566389
feels clunky and very fisher-price. Something I'd give to a very old person as a facebook machine and trust they'd have a very hard time breaking it.

>> No.73567107

>>73566209
There will always be someone on g who hates what you're trying to shill

>> No.73567431

Honestly, I could never get it to work on quite a few of my PCs I wanted to sell. Was hoping to fetch more money if they had OSX on them. It takes a lot of time and effort to actually get everything working.

>> No.73567616

>>73567478
he doesn't even know how to use it properly, that's why it felt stiff. it's not windows or windows clone.

>> No.73567799

>>73566658
Ain't trying to start shit, but I'd have thought if you were someone working for a company that works with MacOS they'd just provide you with a Mac for this kinda job. Also what makes Adobe any different on Mac compared to the Windows versions?

>> No.73567809

>>73567799
I'm not working for a company. I have an actual Mac I use for publishing, but it's faster to work on my desktop hardware.
>what makes Adobe any different on Mac compared to the Windows versions?
I'm not going to use Windows. Fuck off with that crap.

>> No.73567868

>>73567799
I've seen no difference, just that it opens up a bit faster

>> No.73567887

i could mulitboot osx if i wanted to, but i can't think of a single reason why i'd want to run mac os

>> No.73568636

How the fuck can you browse /g/ and hate hackintoshes unless you're just an anti-apple reactionary?

>> No.73568998

>>73566916
The last fisher-pricey looking macOS UI was Lion

>> No.73569065

>>73568967
Exactly why I don't like NuMacs. They have diverged too far into innovation, while leaving behind what made it great.

>> No.73569077

>>73566209
>they don't work with amd CPUs
What the actual fuck are you talking about?

>> No.73569884

non-macos on mac > macos on non-mac

>> No.73569932

>>73569884
Both are shitty options. Mac hardware drivers suck on Linux and Windows. macOS PC hardware compatibility sucks too.

>> No.73570026

>>73567328
dumb goddess

>> No.73570029

>>73567328
Aqua died, enjoy flat iCons. Platinum was MacOS's best looking Era, but I too get hungry for Aqua, XP KDE3&4 style icons and themes, but it seems almost dead, nowdays.

>> No.73570087

>>73570041
iMac might be different. Trackpad, WiFi, and power management take a dump on the laptops. Not saying you can't do it. I'm on a hackintosh. Just wouldn't ever recommend it.

>> No.73570446

No, OP. I used Hackintosh for a year and a half a good while ago.

I don't hate it, I think it's just less useful overall. Less software compatibility, everything runs a little worse. It doesn't matter how "smooth" it is if it takes me longer to do anything. I like it aesthetically more than Windows or Linux, but it's not something that can drag me over there. Even if my hardware runs hackintosh perfectly because it's old, common and well supported. I want something that takes advantage of that hardware given it's old.

Also it makes me sad that gayming is getting much, much better on linux and macOS shits the bed completely on this aspect.

>> No.73571477

>>73569667
same hardware, 2-3 second faster, kys

>> No.73571607

>>73570029
1. it's not flat
2. if anything overall system interface is less flat because nsvisualeffectview did not exist before
>>73570446
only opengl is worse. and no games is a good thing.

>> No.73571751

>>73566209
>secretly

>> No.73572236

>>73572184
34% of my Steam library works on Mac. Over 90% of playtime for the last few years has been on Mac rather than my Windows partition. It's fine unless that's all you care about.

>> No.73572373

>>73572184
lack of distractions is a good thing

>> No.73573337

AirDrop is unironically the most convenient thing

>> No.73573388
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>>73566209
I'm posting from my AMD FX hackintosh right now to call you an idiot.

>> No.73573418

>>73566209
I just skip all the hassle and go to linux instead. More stuff works with it and keeps improving (such as games). With hackintosh you are hardware limited

>> No.73573427

>>73567129
When will these attention hoarders leave?

>> No.73573428

vms with gpu passthrough are the new hackintoshes.

>> No.73573477

>>73566389
Why use locked down bsd when you can use real bsd or gnu/linux?

>> No.73573479

>>73573388
>AMD FX
upgrade to intel, breh

>> No.73573484

>>73566630
Follow-up question from a different, ignorant, windowsfag anon: are there any linux distros that leverage keyboard shortcuts as much and as elegantly as macos? I recently started using a macos vm to try it out and I liked how getting to certain folders and things are as simple as a keyboard shortcut (whereas windows is a series of keys or clicks)

>> No.73573492

>>73573411
Not a framerate snob but with settings maxed out everything I care to play runs fine. Some in game FPS displays are obviously wrong on mac anyway. None have shown the popup where they wouldn't work under Catalina but I have no doubt that is true for some.

>> No.73573527

>>73573509
when they drop x86 it's over for macos, so im enjoying while it lasts and back to the stone age with windows or linux it will be

>> No.73573538

>>73573509
>As soon as they drop intel for their own cpus
in ten years maybe

>> No.73573551

>>73573484
No. Part of it is an X11 thing and partly different applications working differently. I've never been able to get a mapping I liked and emacs bindings don't work across the OS like they do in macOS.

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>>73573577
Ya we have that too. Not really a fan unless you have the appropriate mouse to chord with.

>> No.73573766

>>73573492
name 5 games you play on mac so we can laugh

>> No.73573788

>>73573668
3 finger press on touchpad does it too

>> No.73573844

>>73566630
Because Linux is still fucking shit for desktop use and can get totally borked from installing software even from the stock “store” requiring a nuke and pave.

>> No.73573867

>>73567887
I just use a 2009 27” iMac as a monitor and have a kvm to switch between Mac OS and windows should the need for a Mac ever arise

>> No.73574051

>>73573941
CMD+W is your friend.

>> No.73574194

>>73574057
Good thing I don't care much about playing either at the moment and already had to downgrade back off Catalina from compiler issues.

>> No.73574208

>>73573941
it literally is, you can just click the window icon twice and it closes the window

>> No.73575077

>>73566209
People like mac because of the hardware, at least up until a few years ago. No one has ever liked their OS.

>> No.73575198

>>73575077
i like it

>> No.73575401

>>73575077
>>73575198
The OS is literally all that matters. Hardware seems to have some momentum behind making it good again but the software is why people are willing to stick through the rough patches. 10 years ago I would have said Apple was 5 years ahead before Windows and Linux would catch up. Yet here we are.

>> No.73575643

>>73575593
and windows never had

>> No.73575891

>>73575856
as if ntfstard would

>> No.73576025

>>73566209
The only advantage is ios/macos dev which I no longer do.

>> No.73576071

>>73566209
Works perfectly fine on AMD CPUs, especially inside VMs w/ GPU passthrough.

>> No.73576195

>>73576071
But not Nvidia cards!!!!!!!!!!!!!! At least not my 1070 it's an absolute bitch to get working

>> No.73576220

>>73576195
nvidia is bad purchase for anything but windows.
final nvidia drivers are on high sierra.

>> No.73576268

>>73575593
True HFS+ was flaming hot shit. How is ReFS coming along btw?

>> No.73578164

>>73566209
>Does /g/ secretly only hate hackintosh computers because they don't work
yes.

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>>73575593
Macshit has never had a decent file system. HFS 2.0 is a broken flaming shitheap.

>> No.73578190

>>73578186
Still better than NTFS.

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>>73578190
Wrong.

>> No.73578214

>>73578206
It's so easy to spot wintoddlers.

>> No.73578710

>>73578634
make a webm of yourself opening notification panel

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73579022

>>73578984
?

>> No.73579040

>>73578964

/thread

even linuxcucks have the install and good 2 go routine.

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