How to get the Mac's best features on your Windows PC

Whether you're a die-hard Windows fan or simply a Mac user required to occasionally use Windows, it's hard to argue against the fact that Mac OS X has some killer features. Here's how to get the best of them on Windows.
If you're a Mac user that has to use Windows at work, needs Boot Camp for a few specific programs, or if you're one of the few that's actually switched from Mac to Windows (instead of the other way around), it can be hard to get used to some of Windows' idiosyncrasies. There are no shortage of waysto make Windows look like a Mac, but what about making it act like a Mac? Here are some ways to get OS X's best features in Windows — from simple keyboard shortcuts to system-level niceties such as Exposé, Spaces and multitouch gestures.

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Newtype2509d ago

It will never, Windows has the problem of being WINDOWS. Unix is always better.

yamzilla2509d ago

ohhhh sure....mac's are so awesome

....unless you like gaming, if you do, then they freaking sukkkk

windows 7 is an excellent os, i'm playing baldurs gate and crysis 2 on the same rig

a game from 1998 and one from 2011, they both run at a buttery smooth 60 frames per second (with v-sync), and i can run 99.7% of all games released in between them without a single problem

how are all 12 of those mac games working for all you apple fans??

i have an iphone to run all apples lineup of "games", i.e. toilet entertainment as i call it.

outwar60102509d ago

Macs are over priced pieces of shit made for old people who don't know much about computers

Sahil2509d ago

I already have.. my mac and windows look alike :)

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