@LiefLayer: There was a Linux distro called Pear OS once (old version still downloadable), which looked almost exactly like OSX. The reason for its disappearance is still a mystery however some people are trying to continue where it left off with a new distro called Pearl OS
I know but I really don't like cheap copy... And Pear OS/Pearl OS are just that really cheap copy.
I really like Aqua of OSX but I also like Windows 10 DE... I like them because they are well made in every detail.
Linux distro, as well as Java, tend to overlook the look and feel (They neglect the basics of HCI)... Just look at that ugly Pearl OS site, it seems an advertising site done in 5 minutes...
That's why I want to give a chance to Deepin after many years of Ubuntu... it's the second linux distro that got:
1. a site that does not sucks. (look at debian, linux mint ecc... all this site sucks... the only one that it's better than shit is OpenSuse, but it's like a wiki).
2. a really modern and great look. Clearly inspired by os x and windows ... but original (it's not the same...).
It seems that for the interface have used HTML5, which is an excellent idea, because it is universal, it is compatible.
it also seem that deepin is used a lot on china, and it's not an amatorial work.
In the end I do not know if I will use deepin ... I am convinced that Linux needs a convergence ...
Too much choice means confusion, confusion that is reflected in poor software quality.
I think linux need an official distro (Ubuntu? I think it's the most supported right now)... Linux distro can be many but developer have to focus on one to create a quality software...
In any case, I've already tested Pear/Pearl OS... they are just a cheap unstable amatorial distro, that nobody use.