One of the biggest surprises for me, personally, about the switch to macOS has been just how quickly the OS itself has stopped being my main focus of attention and has disappeared into the background.
Purely as a matter of interest, and because I’m a bit of a geek who likes comparing numbers, I thought I’d quickly list out the specs for my two devices below – first the Surface Pro 3 I’m moving from, and then the MacBook Pro I’m moving to. In order to understand how the specs… Continue reading By The Numbers
One of my most used programs is Adobe Lightroom, I got this as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan which also provides Photoshop, as well as access to the online portal, and Lightroom Mobile. I took the subscription out in the latter part of 2015 and all my photographs have been imported into… Continue reading Lightroom Migration
If you want to keep an external drive which is read & write capable across both Windows and macOS you don’t need to buy tools or add-ons to read the other OSes native format!
So having been able to play with the laptop for a couple of days, I’ve now opened up the rest of my goody bag!
Apple had originally indicated that my new laptop would be ready for collection on Wednesday, however Tuesday suddenly got a lot more exciting when I received a notification saying I could collect my order.
So I’ve moved over to iOS for phone and tablet, and we know I’m moving to macOS for my laptop, but am I 100% immersing myself into Apple’s ecosystem?
Well, I guess the easy answer to that is “no”!
The longer answer is possibly more nuanced.