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She pans Gimp a little bit. Best guess: Layers harder to use than Photoshop? How so? Even so, she says it's almost indisginguishable. How is that "not close? Just google for it. There are many answers online with long lists. Messages here are too limited in size. Apart from direct things like extensive raw support there is a lot to do with how professional market supports Adobe platform with excellent additional tools.
When it comes to photo processing I do most in Lightroom. I only use Photoshop for cases where Lightroom cannot do it. Lightroom is way better suited for photographer's workflow with non-destructive editing. When you have to process thousands of images you would rarely do it in Photoshop. I use JpegMini in export and it is integrated into Lightroom and Photoshop. Saves time in workflow Why would I google it?
I'm familiar with both products. Oh right, Gimp doesn't have CMYK color model, which messes up the experts on these forums for "printing. I admit there may be edge cases where for a few people only photoshop will do, but I refuse to believe that's the case for And gimp integrates with other programs as well. Linux is a real OS. I can open files in Gimp from Digikam, my photo manager. Or I can use rawtherapee, etc.
And my computer is not bogged down from the 1 Gb of ram that photoshop requires, and my computer works in the first place, turns on and off when I want, without making me wait a half hour for "updates," etc. I am glad you are happy and are different to the rest of us. Live there happily while almost everybody else is not with you in the professional market place unless you are not a professional. So now I see how your mind works--free of all logic and data! That makes it easy to come to any conclusion you want. In summary, when professionals agree with you, they're right. When they don't, they're wrong.
Simple as that! Thanks for clearing everything up. Let me apologize before this goes any further. I'm old school. My arguments are handicapped by having to stick to facts. That's what they taught me in school. Yet you live and breathe in a fact-free world. I deeply regret any inconvenience I may have caused to your unfounded and cherished assumptions. The blue screen of death saying widows did not load properly still appears and high level support at Dell still cannot fix it.
They are also suggesting a wipe and reload of windows. If they cannot find another solution, I will abandon Dell forever and go Mac as I'll have to start again loading all my apps anyway. Semi rant over. FYI to all, been a Dell customer both in business and home use for well over 30 years so this is not my first rodeo.
Apple hardware also has it's problems Or the screen coating issues a. Frankly, there is little evidence that Apple notebooks have less problems than the top-shelf products from other manufacturers. They all have their kinks. All you have to do is go to Apple. And then their users claim that they work and never have problems. Just Windows does. I wonder how hard they have try to keep a straight face when they say that. Dell has become so awefull Its so unreliable, its incredible. The Wlan sucks slow and the LAN is broken disconnects after 2 minutes.
The case needed repair already because the hinges where to tight which lead to damage on the case. Sometimes it slows down for no reason. Its not shutting down correctly quite often wakes up after some minutes without reason which lead to some overheating in the bag. All in all: I am not sure if I will stick to PC notebooks I will stick to my PC, but for mobile a macbook looks more and more promising, especially if I compare my ipad with my older android tablets Strange how I have been using Windows 10 on my desktop since about the time it first came out and I have yet to have it "always forcing updates" on me.
I seem to get maybe every few weeks. And the normal monthly one Why is that you are so "special" that you supposedly have them all the time? Even my Dell laptop that is about a year old barely has them. Dude, why would I make this up? There is definitively more than one update per month. On my desktop PC they dont bother me that much - I use it every day and if it updates once a week while shutting down or restarting, its not that much of a problem.
If I use my mobile device maybe 2 times per week its basicaly doing an update every 4th to 8th time I use it. Thats especialy funny if its the half-year big update that takes 45 minutes to install -. And these are not the professional users. I want to decide when I want to update MY device. It is reboot to update? You can stop reboots via Windows Task Scheduler and do them at your own schedule.
Though better do it soon after but at time convenient for you updates were downloaded and you were asked to restart. But if you want to put laptop in your bag and get going then why do you shut down at all? Just hibernate. This will power it off completely but will keep all software open for when you next power up. It wakes up without any reason. Todays morning its battery was empty because it somehow didn't stay off. I did put A LOT of work into solving this. I kept track of this problem for weeks to narrow it down. It does not matter. I am NOT alone with this problem according to google and dell forums.
So please don't tell me its my fault. The correct way is to ASK if I want to install it now. Its totaly ridiculous that I have to justify myself for this. Its MY notebook and it just doesn't feel like the software knows this.
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What patch do you need at all? Just use Windows tools. In this case Windows Task Scheduler. Not sure what you do wrong but it works fine for me - my laptop and desktop do not reboot without my consent and I keep doing it manually to install updates at my own pace rather than Windows doing it automatically.
I have two Dell laptops of different generations that I personally use. Both hibernate absolutely fine. I set hers to hibernate both on lid closing and power button. Works like a charm every single time. So it must be something wrong on your side. In fact it seems totally wrong to me to shut down at all if I just want to turn it off. That is what hibernation is for. I cannot help you with hibernation though. Never had a problem there, no idea what is wrong in your set up.
I'm OS neutral; to a large extent it's a question of software availability and usability. I use a desktop PC, and a 13" Macbook Pro for portability.
I built the PC myself, which I like doing and can't do that with a Mac. Not only does it mean that I have exactly what I want, but I find it extremely reliable. I suspect problems people have with PCs are due largely to stuff installed by the PC vendor, rather than Windows itself. Windows updating is generally fine and W10 very reliable. The Macbook was bought because I wanted something compact and light, but with a top-notch screen, good keyboard, and a reasonable amount of power.
The Macbook came out tops. Never regretted it. The OS irritates me at times, too easy to enlarge a window or do something similar when you don't want to, but it's livable with. I realy dont like mac especialy the OS, but the reliability my ipad shows is making me quite interested in apple after many many years on windows. But the Macbook pro IS compact and light. There are other notebooks wich are more compact and lighter - but nearly all of them have either less performance or less battery life.
And bitching against the screen and keyboard on macbooks is just silly. Both are very very good. Again, probably not the best in every aspect, but still very good. Dpreview staff meeting: Smart dude in the room says: Got MacBook Pro which I find far better than any of the following versions I'll probably switch when it dies if I still need that kind of beast. Oh, yes, right. The fabled opportunities in upgrading laptops. Instead of buying a machine that already has as much memory as the controller would allow for, you buy the said by now obsolete memory two years down the line at a higher price than modern memory.
You really don't need to invent reasons if the actual reason is that you prefer software written for Windows over that written for the OSX. I do, at least for now. Upgradability in notebooks has mostly been about: Adding RAM yourself after the purchase rather than paying Apple's rip-off prices 2. Upgrading storage, i. HDD vs. Upgradability is more more of an issue with desktop computers, where you can gradually upgrade virtually every component if you need the additional power.
In the Mac world, you have the dated "Trashcan" MacPro, which cannot be upgraded. I am sorry, but I disagree. If you look at the prices of RAM in Apple products, specifically the exact RAM chips chip count and generation , they are far from exorbitant. Laptop RAM also does not become significantly cheaper as you go along.
Arguing that the advantage of non-Apple laptops pic is their upgradability sounds like some kind of satire produced by Apple. As someone who works on a Windows desktop almost exclusively, I would also disagree with the importance of the whole "upgrade as you go" idea there. The specific generation of RAM you can use depends on your motherboard. The situation is similar with processors, where you have the ability to upgrade one generation up at most, depending on where you land in the tic-toc cycle.
Anything else requires a MOBO replacement, at which point you may as well replace the whole box keeping only the cheapest components like drives, WLAN cards and so on. You are hardly better off than you would be by selling a Mac and buying a new one. MacBook Pro 13".
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That makes a total of dollar Apple overcharges you just for the added RAM and storage vs. With regard to the upgradeability of desktop PCs I've done nothing but for more than 2 decades now. I don't think I ever "bought a new box". My PSU been doing it's job for 10 years now. I can add and remove storage easily, which I do frequently I recently went all SSD, they're now cheap enough so that I will even do write heavy tasks on them and simply swap them out in years when the NANDs begin to deteriorate.
I couldn't do any of that with a Trashcan MacPro and it has saved me many thousands of Euros compared to Mac. Just wait 5 years and be prepared to put down another 6. I do not see where these presumed huge savings are coming from. Sure, you are keeping the old PSU and the case, but neither of those are very expensive. The most expensive parts, GPU being often half the price of the whole system or more depending on whether you are running multiple cards, you admit to be replacing quite regularly. Furthermore, keeping the old PSU is not necessarily a good idea.
I've put together a machine three years ago with a GTX Last year, I've built another with a Despite the latter being much more powerful, it is also much more efficient, which allowed me to buy a considerably lighter PSU. As you probably know, PSUs are not superbly efficient at drawing just as much electricity as they need, which in the case of an upgrade would have left me with a nice, but expensive heater. I don't think it's very fair to compare the price of components in the MBP with standalone alternatives on the market due to the differences in size of the end result.
My notebook is a top of the line business Dell ultrabook, which probably doesn't have upgradable RAM either. As compact as it is, it is significantly larger and heavier than the MBP of the same year. It is comparing apples and oranges yes, I know, very funny. If anything, comparing Apples desktops would make more sense.
You don't see the advantage here? That's barely worth mentioning. An expensive heater? Buy a quality PSU with some headroom and it will last you many years and many component upgrades. And it's entirely fair to compare the prices since we're talking about the same crap rolling off the same production lines. Sure, Apple has custom motherboards but then again, the retail parts have added costs for retail packaging and added margins for import, wholesale and retail.
So if anything, comparing to retail prices probably underestimates the "moron tax". No, I don't see any real advantages in you buying and selling GPUs every couple of years vis-a-vis Mac users who buy and sell workstations every couple of years. Nobody is trying to BS you either, buddy.
You are counting pennies that you saved by not renewing the least expensive components of your machine, but burning electricity day in day out on an aged PSU? That's just absurd to even consider it! You seem to be very defensive about not being a "moron".
I am not entirely sure you are quite aware how tariffs work if you think that a foreign multicomponent product further down the assembly chain is less encumbered than any of its parts. Except that quite often such things are not available at the time but may become avilable later. For example, my last laptop had 16GB which was max available at the time as higher capacity RAM modules did not exist yet. Once they became available I simply replaced and got more RAM. Same goes for other components. It now has 2TB m. And same goes for desktop. Same for other parts. Upgradeability is a huge saving over time of getting you cheaper to what was not even possible when you bought your system.
The OS from Apple saves time, so I find normal that is more expensive just for this one important reason. And the weight and feel I don't know about Leica and their hardware but Apple pretty much use the same hardware as any Windows PC. If it uses the same parts as a Windows running machine, then why does it cost so much more? Shouldn't it be in the same ranges as laptop or desktop with the same specs? Not at least 2x or more as much?
Like The City Lane said below, I think this is a pointless "arguement". Even with any pros and cons considered I prefer the Mac. If your preference for any reason is a PC, that's fine. I actually own a top specced MacBook Pro and an 'equally' specced or is it? Dell laptop. Each to his or her own, but I won't bother to own a Windows machine again. On paper they might be equivalent, but in practice the Mac is a dream machine which just works, and works very fast, day-in, day-out.
The Dell spends most of its time being Maybe he'd feel differently if he had to buy and maintain MS Office instead of getting Pages, etc. Oh and when he has to pay for the next Windows OS. Have you stopped to think that you are getting Pages for "free" since you are overpaying with the hardware in the first place that allows Apple to "give away" the software?
Just like how Google has "free" software as well but you pay for it by having them sell advertising based on your searches, emails, etc. You are not paying for it like you by an off the shelf software product. But you have paid for it with the higher prices for the hardware. What you describe shows that you did not used Windows since quite some times.
You do not need any special antivirus since at least W7 as this is out of the box and makes its stuff transparently for the user. Also, if you use the Store, you have no entry in the registry and there is only a limited number of programs that you need to install which are not replicated in the Store. Also, it is so maintenance free these days that people complain about Windows restarting during the night without you needing to tell Windows. At last, trying to make like iWorks is remotely comparable to Office is the joke of the century honestly.
Office is the Rolls of the office suite with virtually no competitor. If there was a reason to choose a Windows PC or tablet, it is to have Office the real Win32 programs instead of the antiquated versions that were available on Mac until recently. A study on obsession issues DPR you should have been paid for articles like these from, let' say, something like International Psychology Association Find out what's new, what it's like to use and how it compares to its peers in our review in progress.
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Nikon has taken the wraps off a new standard zoom lens for mirrorless, the Z mm F2. Submit a News Tip! Reading mode: Light Dark. Login Register. Best cameras and lenses Now reading: Five reasons to choose a PC over a Mac for photo and video editing comments. ISO View Comments Comments All YMMV, as the above comment reflects my usage. I do have the touchscreen option with Windows but never, ever use it.
Yves P. Novice Shutterbug I'm not saying Mac's are invulnerable by any means, but it's a matter of statistics. LV Apple is forward thinking. Novice Shutterbug I'm currently running a 7-year-old desktop PC and shopping on and off for my first laptop ever to replace it. Novice Shutterbug I am currently running Windows 10 upgraded from Windows 7 on my old desktop. Seems like two opposite meanings of the same two words. HowaboutRAW jpeterg: As for words with two opposing meanings, see: Jason It seems like most of the anti-Mac arguments in this thread are focused on a combination or variation of these facts: Vlad S I can't stand how Windows constantly gets in my way with constant pop—ups and warnings and notifications.
NewVu Surface machines have a 3: M Lammerse So if your an appleholic with a lust to be in the 'public picture' instead of making them you need an apple, and if you're a basement type of guy who hardly comes out you need a pc? User A comparison between photo editing on Mac and PC should include the differences in colour management. Leonard Shepherd The "synopsis" did not comment on screen differences. Mr Bolton My Commodore 64 still has a better keyboard than many Apple options of today.. Look at Asus Zenbook, where the power key is now GarysInSoCal Totally agree Gesture Of all the similar videos on YouTube, why did you pick this one?
Aroart Wow, this will get ugly Nothing is better than an new gen iPad pro.. GarysInSoCal Oh sure M Lammerse I use a laptop, purely for the reason that I often have to send images directly after an assignment. Switched from a Mac Book Pro out of till June of this year to a Toshiba X20 As Miksto says, desktop with an excellent large size monitor is the best for image editing. Jason He got a virus on his Mac?
Plus, Mac OS system-wide keyboard shortcuts make screen life worth living. SDPharm 5- you like to lose most of its value when you sell your computer 6- you love the look and feel of cheap plastics. Spectro components are the same really. Radeon's suck balls as far as performance, nvidia is simply much better. Mine has 64GB. Jasen70 "Regarding price: Jason Apparently some of you folks need things stated very simply to avoid getting confused. I'll try to say this very plainly. Are you ready?
Jason More clarification before anybody brings up the specs on the latest 27 pound gaming laptop. And who buys a laptop with an "abysmal" screen for photo work? Jason Please educate me, rrccad. That is, if you have time after gaming. Jason I figured you were benchmarking while running all those VMs, so you could brag about your results in forums. ShammyD Big parts of this just aren't true!
Darkroom Big parts of your comment aren't true: I recognize that the Macs are better built, but also that the author has valid points. Dell will always be known as junk. A decent PC is a Lenovo. HenryDJP tomblankenship-dot-com. Can you post the link? I would love to look at this option. Aroart All pc fanboys need to know is once you go mac you never look back.. I outsource my laptop being custom built, they have it delivered to me in less than 2 weeks.
HenryDJP rrcad. So the holier than thou attitude coming from you right now is down right laughable. Mr Bolton Aroart Pff. HenryDJP rrccad. So really.. Peace out. PurplePhase This is such a retro 90s article and discussion. If you talk of amateurs - different story. Android reigns supreme in marketshare. Souciantmag That's absolutely correct. Slouch Hooligan When Canon switched mounts to implement autofocus many users were dismayed. The comparison to DSLR mounts could not be more unfitting. Any additional insight would be very helpful and appreciated.
Thank you-Claudine. Hi Darlene, I am glad we could help so far. By the way, the is a great card. John, not an easy one to answer! These are both great computers. And might I add, I envy you big time! Both these mammoth computers have their particular strengths. The big question you need to answer for yourself; which OS you prefer? Which system comes more natural for you? A bit of advice from me though; no matter which system you choose, get a second screen. For photography, I know that 5K screens are an overkill, especially since it makes your images seems way better than they actually are.
I would go for dual 4K screens. Shawn, I forgot to ask you a question about the graphics card; when you say that we need a GB dedicated VRAM, does that mean that the computer will have two graphic cards? Sorry if this may sound common sense, but I just want to be sure. Thank you very much, Shawn, for the most excellent informative article. My computer is not what it once was and keeps crashing on me for several reasons. I took the information you gave and am customizing my next computer. I really appreciate that you not only give the details of what we should have, but the fact that you explain why we should have it…..
I think you did a great job with the article. Thanks again. Gaming Case USB3. Windows 10 Professional 64 bit. My computer just died on me and looking for a new machine. Thanks for easing some of that stress in knowing what to buy. I had a great machine. All the good stuff I needed in it, but not enough RAM and now its dead.
Anyway, Thanks Shawn! I am a average Photoshop user that needs to learn Lightroom! Hey, James. Thank you for the question. This is why we recommend at a minimum an i5 6th generation as it has a minimum of 4 physical cores. A newer generation i3 7th or 8th generation will still run Photoshop, but when performing a lot of tasks in Photoshop, you might find that it will start struggling. So you are right that one does not always need the best and fastest hardware. When Core i3 came out, graphic design reviewers were oohing and aahing at the speed with which you can use photoshop.
What am I missing?. Will an older version of Photoshop work with Core i3? I am not a professional, and am only looking to use Photoshop Elements Excellent article. My Windows XP computer is dead.
I held on as long as I could. Now searching for a new computer with your article in my hands. I found your article informative and helpful. Most of your comments were directed, understandably, to users of Adobe software. The most common cause of computer crashes, when working in Lightroom, is a lack of RAM.
For example, one of our students recently had lots of trouble with his computer, which consistently crashed. During our tea break, he took his computer to a local shop and upgraded his RAM. After the upgrade, he was able to keep up with the rest! While a good processor will take you a long way, RAM and storage space is much more crucial when using these applications. I tried to be as neutral as possible.
As for the battery life, I will reword it to convey what I meant better. We also opted to leave out Surface devices, because of the lack of availability and upgradeability; especially in the South African context. You also listed Processors below ram in importance??? Any reason the author listed many of the specs in favor of the Apple macbooks? You listed the battery life as Best, when they are only rated UP TO 10 Hours, whereas all surface products, Dell xps products, Lenovo yoga ,etc are all rated around hours… Any particular reason you did not list any of the surface products at all?
They have better resolution, battery life, performance 8th gen processors and dedicated graphics on 13 and 15 inch , pen to screen tech for video editing and higher color gamut displays……. Luv the article. Looking for a good computer but not to expensive. What are your recommendations. Nice article. I would like to add that you should consider buying a Wacom for retouch. Pro version of Intous. Small or medium are most frequently used among photographers. It will save your wrist and make for a more professional end result.
Some pros even go for the pen based screen, but that one is expensive. Thank you Shawn! Google brought me right back to the folks Nita is doing her course with. Great article that will certainly help us avoid costly and frustrating mistakes. Just what I have been looking for. Now I can upgrade and have just what I need to be built to proper expectations. It is time for me to upgrade anyway. I will take this to the technician. Excellent, I have been searching to get all these information in one place and you have done it for me. Again, many thanks for this. I think this will do the trick!!
Now to get it set up. Thank you Shawn for your excellent article. About 2 years ago I lots of research and then looked around for a product to meet my needs. Incidentally a PC very close to your recommended specs. I looked around and ended getting my PC built by Loot the online seller. It cost me less than R11 Excellent information, just what I needed thank you Shawn and Danie. I could never afford anything really good and after years of buying the wrong thing mostly because I got the cheapest thing I could find and suffering with clunky slow laptops, I am in a position to buy what you have recommended.
I am in my 95th year and my desktop Mac just crashed a week ago. I am writing an ancestry story for the family and have scanned a couple thousand slides and photographs of our family travels and my military documents and photos. Could you send me the specs, say for a Dell computer, that would be used with light room and photoshop or a Mac desktop? Thanks, I just found your site and I really enjoyed your article. Just took up photography about a year ago and starting to really get into it. Am really impressed by such deep learning beneficial to my upgrading in photography.
Thank you, this article was just what I was looking for! After all, if it handles those it will do everything else I need. I have saved this to keep handy when looking at new systems. Great information indeed. No doubt! I am really impressed by your info. I will certainly dig it and personally suggest to my friends.
Thanks a lot. Excellent I wish I could have read this earlier. Now I do have something I can refer friends to see what an expert says. The latest Lightroom Classic CC is certainly much faster! As Wedding photographers we process thousands of images in a a job.