My daily driver is one of the phrases I have never heard of until I read or watched a youtube by Linus Sebastian who is the owner of Linus Tech Tips and TechQuickie. Daily driver is pretty much a way to describe what are you using as a laptop or desktop as your daily personal/work computer.
It Used to Be Windows
Over the years since first launched, I have been using Windows for a very long ass time, starting Windows 3.1, then Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP, Windows 7, then Windows 10.
I think that I would only use Windows 10 for work or if I am playing a game on PC only but other than that if I truly need to use Windows 10, I can always install Windows 10 on VirtualBox or Parallel or BootCamp.
Windows 10 has been amazingly fast and actually more reliable than Windows 7 which I still use today for work only but for personal use, I have moved to Linux and macOS as my daily driver.
Linux and macOS
I have always been a fan of Linux and macOS because they are similar when it comes to the terminal, same commands and more better suitable for the things I do. I’ve been a Web Developer for a long time and finding the right operating system had been a challenge.
Today, I used Elementary OS as one of my daily computer at home and at work and a MacBook Pro ( 2019 ) as my take any place computer. Elementary OS looks similar to macOS as you can see below.
Even if it lacks certain applications such as Adobe Photoshop or Affinity Photo, I guess using Gimp is the best choice
As for macOS Catalina which is a truly 64-bit operating system and no 32-bit applications are no longer be used which is fine since I don’t even use any 32-bit.