I agree...and that's how I like it.When new members find their way to our Forums, they might be surprised and even comforted to find that, whilst they can count on excellent support, it is from a group of people who recognise the faults & pitfalls in an OS as well as the emphasising the overwhelming advantages of that OS.
Neither fanboys nor dissidents.
I use Windows in the Office and Macs at home.My only objection has been that sometimes it seems Apple expects users to read their (Apple’s) mind. (Windows’ design, by comparison, seems often to be mindless.) The “hide/show” issue that I raised in this thread is an example.
In the past, Apple and I seem to think pretty much alike - things on the Mac always did what I expected them to do.
But with the last few macOS updates, even just to ElCapitan, that has changed quite a bit.
I also see more bugs in the macOS than ever before.
With Windows, Microsoft and I were on different planets. Windows almost always never did what I expected it to do or I had to hunt all over trying to find the function I wanted.
I also don't like the visual presentation of the Windows UI, which I'm sure doesn't help my perception of the product.