Big Sur is officially macOS 11.0 as Apple finally leaves OS X behind

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  1. kojack

    kojack Notebook Virtuoso

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    Yep, just install windows 10, use it, don't screw with it and you have the best OS available.
     
  2. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    MacOS Big Sur is spying on everything you do and sending the data to Apple notebookcheck.net | Yesterday
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    Apple's macOS Big Sur is spying on you

    Apple's latest operating system, macOS Big Sur, uses a new API to constantly send users' data (including how, when, and where a Mac is used) to Apple. This data is transmitted to Apple without encryption, meaning anyone with access to the same network as the Mac can see the information.

    As Jeffrey Paul states, your MacBook is no longer yours.
     
  3. kojack

    kojack Notebook Virtuoso

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    It leaves OS X behind in name only. Still functions exactly the 20 year old OS that it is.
     
  4. etern4l

    etern4l Notebook Virtuoso

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    Big Sleuth? :)

    Time to go (back to) Linux I guess.
     
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    kojack Notebook Virtuoso

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    Yep. All the spying going on behind users back, in the dark, not knowing it's happening. At least you know whats happening with W10 and android. I can just imagine what's happening with iOS.
     
  6. M17XR42012

    M17XR42012 Notebook Consultant

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    What ever Apple calls it, it is still at the core a version of BSD right so it technically by definition is the same thing, they just tweaked it to run a certain way so you have to buy new hardware every 3 years for an OS that should run on 30 year old hardware.
     
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    M17XR42012 Notebook Consultant

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    I will stick with my Next Cube and Next Step for Intel with the Mach kernal....... it just needs to be updated for 28 core processors, 8k displays, nvme's, etc, etc, etc
     
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    jclausius Notebook Virtuoso

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    I assume that eventually parts for the NextCube are going to be hard to come by.

     

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