Good day to you there Stephen...
Listen brother, I have not been ribbed in a little while for my current MacOS connection. I assure you, what you wrote is not foreign to me nor offensive. It did give me a little chuckle, surely. Thanks for that.
You know, I worked in the IT industry from the early 90's to 2011. And, during that time, I was a 99% PC kind of guy, working on - literally - 100,000+ computers in that span (and seeing a whole host of changes in hardware, massively sweeping changes). It was a form of psychological terror. Ha... I loved DOS, embraced Windows, supported many versions of it and just got tired of doing it at work, then getting home and doing the same sort of stuff I did all day all over again (BSOD's affected us all from time to time). In 2008, I purchased a MacBook and I have just kind of been in the Apple OS-sphere since then. As you can tell, I am not averse to Windows entirely, I have a Windows 10 HP laptop (an Elitebook, which I genuinely adore from a hardware repair standpoint). I even dualboot a Linux distro from time to time. So, I like to keep my options open.
The truth is that I just got tired of fixing computers, especially OS issues, and my iMac experience has proven that - for me - I could relax and not worry about fixing things so often.
I was a fond fan of Online Bible and owned it for both the PC and the MacOS, but it died a couple years back and so I got in the OliveTree vein. Then, Olive Tree sent out an update for MacOS that caused issues - crashing without displaying Bible content. Given that I am using electronic passages daily in ministry I was blown out of the water. I had not made a backup plan if OliveTree ever fails, and that was shortsighted. So, here I am.
As a current author and publisher, I could've written much more here now. However, I will spare you the full autobiography.
Have a great day my friend and thanks again...
Hey Jason, you can take this as me being totally cheeky, and you want to shoot me for it, or take it as what you really should do. So, I'll leave that part up to you.
So here goes.
Toss out your Mac device, and get yourself a Windows PC come laptop or even a Microsoft Surface Pro.
Now I realize you may take this as blasphemy, and should be burned at the stake for it. But hey, at least I'm trying to, ummm, help you out?! Or maybe not?!
Edited by capecove, 02 October 2020 - 09:13 AM.