I ended up using a Dell Win10 laptop with Ubuntu for dual boot. At first, I was considering Mac since you get a mixture of both worlds but yeah the price was a deterrent. Now I hate constantly switching between these two so the next time I will have to swallow the cost and go with it as it just saves a lot of hassle.
Yeah, dual boot is a drag. You have to customize two operating systems instead of one and live with the fact you're going to have files in one that you need in the other (probably using web based tool is the solution here)
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