The Microsoft Store has been not been the best during the Windows 10 year, but it’s getting a lot better with Windows 11, with a store that’s a lot more open than macOS’ walled garden. For example, Apple is letting developers use their own commerce engines, like Adobe, so it’s not going to force devs into giving Microsoft a cut.
There are two errors. "During the Windows 10 year" should be "years", and "Apple is letting..." should be "Microsoft is letting...".
Otherwise, great article. I still use all of macOS, Windows, and Linux, and they all shine in different ways.
So something macOS never had became better. Sure, if touch is your thing you must be frustrated with macOS. But not because of Win11. If you need it, you had to jump ship a long time ago, but if you still on macOS any improvement to touch ion Windows are irrelevant.
Docking station ($300) with a monitor ($200), keyboard ($50), mouse ($50) in a study, bedroom, dining room, porch? Come on. Besides, what if monitors are of different resolution? I do dock my Mac Book to two different monitors (UW and HD), BTW, don't experience any problems with finding my windows.
Frankly, I have to use Teams for work. And it's a terrible thing. But in any case, if you want Teams, you have it on Mac right now. So what to be jealous about, that in Win11 it comes preinstalled? That's it?