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April 27, 2022, 7:15 p.m. | /u/Jordan741

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I’ve been watching some of Rob Braxman’s videos and in one of them, he was talking about how for certain applications that require a conventional OS, he uses Windows because it’s much more trustworthy and private than MacOS. When a viewer/commenter questioned him on if Windows can be really more private than MacOS, he replied that Windows can at least be “defanged”, while nothing can be done about Apple spying on you through MacOS.

On his video about “setting up …

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