Doug recently updated to macOS 10.12.3 and now he's getting a lot of beach balling. Leo says that Apple made a change to macOS that turns the Documents folder into an iCloud folder, and Apple never warned anyone about it. Fortunately, he can turn it off in the System Preferences. That's probably where the problem lies. What Apple has discovered is that they make almost as much from services like iCloud as they do from selling iPhones. So they're more likely driving him towards putting all of his data in the cloud so he'll have to buy more space.
Daniel is looking to get a MacBook Pro for video and music editing. Leo says that Macs are excellent for that, and Final Cut is a popular editing tool. But for Leo, the Touch Bar doesn't really work and is an added expense for no good reason. The lower end MacBook Pro isn't really power enough for editing a feature, though.
Arnie created a passport photo with a PDF program and now he can't print it unless he pays for it. So he did, but now he can't print anything in PDF unless he uses that PDF maker because it uses Adobe Acrobat. Leo says to get rid of it! He can print directly from preview in the Mac. He'll just need to drag the Adobe app into the trash. He'll also have to look in the startup folder and get rid of the startup files as well. He should search for his root system folder and his account folder. He can even use Spotlight search and look for "Adobe."
Justin is thinking of switching from Mac to Windows. Leo says that there's nothing he can't do on Windows that he can do on the Mac, but he thinks that developers prefer to use Mac because it's basically a Unix foundation. Leo also says that they may not be fans of Apple's new touch bar interface because the escape key has disappeared unless you customize it.