For the third instalment of my PC World series on switching from using an Apple computer to a Windows PC, I took a look at some of the software alternatives that veteran Mac users might want to consider when they take their new Windows hardware for a spin.
For me, finding software that adequately fulfills my workday needs has proven to be the most frustrating aspect of using a new operating system. Many of the programs that I rely on and love simply aren't available on Windows. Worse still, I have yet to find viable alternatives for some of them. Omnifocus and Ulysses--two programs I use almost constantly on my Mac and iOS devices, have no true alternatives on Windows that I've been able to find.
I hate to say it, but so far, the longer I use Windows, the less I can see the possibility of Moving away from Apple to be an attractive option.