I don't count either. It seems to me far too much work for what could only be approximate answers in any case. I mean to say, how many calories in an apple? That would depend on the size, variety, ripeness, how much skin you peeled off etc etc etc. There's no way I could be sure yesterday's apple had the same number as today's. Multiply that by every item you ingest and you're going crazy.
Then they get started on the macros. Breakdown of where all those calories come from in terms of carbohydrates, protein or fat. No wonder people end up eating butter straight - it may not taste as good as using a little unmeasured dollop or leftover smear to fry some bits and pieces but at least you can calculate it as pure fat.
On top of all that, it all has to be related to energy expenditure. Well that's going to vary even more widely depending on body composition, how far you walk, and how fast, as well as how many times you get up and down off the couch and so on, even the amount of exercise you did yesterday and on and on.
I just cannot see how knowing this information is going to help me to lose weight or get healthier. All I want to know is that my food tastes great and I feel healthy because I'm digesting it comfortably, sleeping all night, fitting my clothes and have strength for my daily tasks and fun activities.
But everyone's different, so good luck to those who take it so far, I glean lots of helpful hints from them without having to do all that work myself.