Although Microsoft crafted Office 2016 for Mac to be much more like its Windows sibling, one thing hasn't changed: Mac Office 2016 users continue to get the short end of the support stick.
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“We’re seeing a higher rate of people switching to iPhone than we’ve experienced in previous cycles."
When Terry Weaver wants to create .Net applications, he fires up Visual Studio and types away like any other .Net programmer. The setup gets a bit weird when he wants to test how the .Net application might appear to a Mac user visiting the Web site. Instead of starting up another machine, asking a colleague with a Mac, or simply ignoring those crazy followers of Steve Jobs, Weaver just pops over to the browser in another window. That's easy because Visual Studio is running on Windows inside a Parallels virtual machine, which, in turn, runs on his Mac. He has a PC, a Mac, and a Unix development box all in one.