Listen, you’ve tried all of these apps, but you still need to be running Windows. Before adding a second computer to your setup, give Parallels a try, an app that literally lets you run Windows right on your Mac. With it, you won’t need AltTab, CopyClip or Magnet, since all these functions are already present in the Windows operating system.
The best part about Parallels these days is that it lets you run Windows on both Apple silicon and Intel-based Macs. When all Macs were Intel-based, Apple had a built-in solution for running Windows on Mac called Bootcamp. But once they moved to their own M-series chips, we lost Bootcamp. If you have an M1 or newer Mac, you’ll need an app like Parallels to run Windows.
It’s not cheap, however. After a two-week free trial, Parallels will charge you $100 for a license or $120 per year for the Pro version. Students can get Parallels for $50, just FYI.