Posted March 09, 2019 14:24:31I have been a Windows user since I could remember, and I use a Mac mostly for work.

I have a MacBook Pro, and as my computing power and budget increase, I am getting more and more frustrated by the lack of apps for Windows apps on the Mac.

This problem, of course, has nothing to do with the Mac, but it has become so common that it has a name: “manufactured home.”

In many ways, this is the future of Macs.

As Apple continues to push the MacBook line to new heights, it is making a big deal of manufacturing its own products.

That means the Mac’s ability to replace PCs is limited, and the Macs most popular users will soon be the ones who are stuck with Windows-based products for years to come.

This article explains the difference between manufacturing and consumer.

For more information about Windows 10 and Mac OS, check out our article: Windows 10 vs Mac OS X.

As an Apple fan, I’m glad to see a company like Apple continue to push hardware, but I’m also glad Apple is starting to focus on making it easy to use a variety of Windows-powered software for Macs and iOS.

This is a step in the right direction, but we still have a long way to go.

If Apple doesn’t make more of an effort to make the Mac a viable computing platform, I’ll keep my Mac on my desk for the foreseeable future.

For information on Mac OS 11, see our article, “Mac OS 11: The Next Generation” and our Mac OS article: Mac OS 12: MacOS 11.