I agree 100% with your observation. I switch back-and-forth due to work and 
home, and even with VoiceOver I have grown to really appreciate the Mac. Yes 
you're right it's not perfect but we are getting better all the time.

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> On Sep 21, 2016, at 09:34, Larry Thacker Jr. <larry.thacker...@gmail.com> 
> wrote:
> 
> I’ve been a PC user for nearly 30 years.  I’ve been through DOS and all the 
> flavors of Windows.  The first PC screen reader I used was made by IBM and I 
> don’t remember the name.  I had Artic Business Vision after that, then Vert, 
> then Vocal-Eyes before moving to Windows where I was a happy devotee of 
> Window-Eyes until I was forced into JAWS by work.  On my hopefully soon to be 
> retired home PC I now use NVDA and it’s more than good enough for what I do 
> at home.  I got my Mac this March.
> 
> But here’s the interesting thing.  Even though I still have to use a PC for 
> work more than 8 hours a day and maybe get 2 or 3 on the Mac, I find myself 
> expecting the PC screen readers to work like Voiceover and being disconcerted 
> when they don’t..  I find myself trying to use Mac keystrokes on the PC more 
> than I make the reverse mistake.  Editing still trips me up a bit, but 
> overall I am finding the Mac so much more comfortable to work with over time 
> that I wish I could use it all the time.  There are still things that need 
> work, but I think we’re approaching critical mass, where enough people are 
> using it that the remaining shortcomings will be addressed.  It never happens 
> fast enough, but it will happen.
> 
> Larry Thacker Jr.
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