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Digging through spindump output

2023-03-22 16:55:02.635423+01 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Digging through spindump output, and with all of the sleep problems I'm having on Ventura, and some of the weird window redraw issues in tabbing, I'm realizing that MacOS may have a way to go to catch up with Linux in terms of desktop GUI usability, but Apple has far surpassed it in terms of weird inconsistent hardware support and making users be system level programmers.

[ related topics: Free Software Apple Computer Open Source Macintosh ]

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#Comment Re: Digging through spindump output made: 2023-03-22 20:37:35.639416+01 by: spc476 [edit history]

The Mac started going downhill when Steve Jobs was forced out of Apple in 1985, albeit slowly at first. He came back and rescued the company. When he died in 2011, the Mac again started going downhill, albeit slowly at first. This time, there's no way Steve Jobs can rescue Apple.

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