- I have a couple of games I play on Windows that I haven't bothered to try to play on OSX
- My MacBook doesn't have enough drive space to accommodate my digital image library, so I'm using a desktop running Windows for that at present (fortunately the Canon software runs on Windows and OSX)
- I still run into office documents that need to be edited using office (though the most recent drop of NeoOffice is much better for letting me view many of them)
- I haven't yet tried to move my notes archives over from my Lenovo machine to my mac, pure sloth on my part
- When I need to search my notes mail, including those archives, I resort to Google desktop enterprise which is currently only available on windows.
Not much of a list really, so I'm not back on windows much. I do find that I also occasionally like to use all three systems at once for differing things, and that multi-tasking (it's really just getting extra screen space) accounts for some of the 20% too.
I would like to Apple add Notes mail files to the list of resources it can search, and I'd like to see Google Desktop Enterprise (with Lotus Notes mail file searching) available on OSX as an alternative. I'd also like to see the stand alone version of GoogleTalk on OSX (rather than the browser based version), I find connecting with people via IM is as much a pain on my Mac as it was on my PC (hmm ... could there be a standards issue here).
My family is due a new machine this year, looks like it'll be a 24 inch iMac, the kids love the mac experiences they've had, and I love the improved reliability and lowered maintenance and security management issues.[Read More]