I have Windows at work for IE testing and also to be able to open our designer’s PSDs. I really don’t do any kind of graphical design personally, so I don’t have need for Photoshop outside of that particular usecase.
> See, I started as a designer so I can’t live without CS.
I still use my desktop workstation with Windows 7 for graphics and photography work. Then I move from that environment to development in Linux. I like to separate the two as it makes more sense to get in the right “mode”.
> Nahhhh, I’ll just hire an accountant. I hate going through receipts anyway.
How are you going to track orders, gather reports, print receipts and other depressing things?
When setting up my books and when my taxes are due, and on rare occasion when I need to make account changes… is the only time I call my accountant.
@AlenAbdula Well, if everyone reasons that way (“I’ll wait until it has
before I switch”), it never will, because then no one is actually creating the thing that you need! =)
It’s very possible that I’ve never had issues because I haven’t had to deal with the areas where there is a lack of programs for Linux, but outside of CS and IE (and the occasional game, but I’m not much of a gamer, so that’s fine) I rarely have issues getting what I need.