Windows 10 or OS X Yosemite? Have you ever thought how it would be if the users of both the operating system came out in support and started contemplating on the advantages that one has over the other?
Well, it would be biased for sure, but there is no harm in taking a look at what things are like when you make a simple comparison of the upcoming ultimate operating system from Microsoft, i.e., Windows 10 and the giant amidst Mac operating systems, i.e., OS X Yosemite. Let us take a look at the features in both the operating systems aimed to make its use easier for normal individuals.
Windows 10 vs OS X Yosemite: User Interface and the look on desktop
Some people claim that Windows offers the best quality desktop appearance as well as have a sense of ease around it. Although, to a certain extent even I feel the same way, but OS X Yosemite brought in some serious changes, which would might as force you to think for once. A fresh look, a clean deck, a dock to launch applications and a tack to open files and folders certainly adds a lot to the operating system.
Windows 10 on the other hand has moved back to the kind of start screen that we had in the past, which was probably designed exactly for all human beings. Simplicity will be at its height with a better and integrated graphics to make things look good.
The notifications in Yosemite are certainly of top quality as they have ensured that the users are not bothered with anything that is not important. Whenever you open the notification section in OS X Yosemite, you will find all the important stuff, but sadly the same cannot be said for Windows Operating Systems, i.e., till Windows 8.1. We will for sure be expecting something better with Windows 10.
Now, comes the most important question, the price that both the operating systems cost. To be true, Price of anything is as important for any individual as is its bundle of features. OS X Yosemite allowed a free upgrade to all the Mac users for a year and even Windows 10 is not the same path. Windows 10 is all set to a global launch on July 29th.
One will have to wait and see how things fare with Windows 10 and then probably we can get into a more detailed conversation.