Upgrade to macOS Big Sur
A computer operating system, however, reports storage capacity using powers of 2 for the definition of 1GB = 2 30 = 1,073,741,824 bytes and 1TB = 2 40 = 1,099,511,627,776 bytes, and therefore shows less storage capacity. Available storage capacity (including examples of various media files) will vary based on file size, formatting, settings. The art of ripping DVDs might be lost on today’s optical drive-challenged Macs, but that doesn’t mean you don’t need a good video converter on your Mac. Open-source, multi-platform, and free.
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macOS Big Sur supports most Mac models introduced in 2013 and later.View compatible Mac models
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Free up space
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Download macOS Big Sur
If you’re using macOS Mojave or later, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Software Update. If you’re using an earlier macOS, use the App Store instead.Learn how to download and install macOS Big SurGo to the App Store
Get to know macOS Big Sur
Learn about some of the new features of macOS Big Sur.
Control Center brings favorite controls such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Do Not Disturb, and Sound together in a single place—so you can easily adjust them at any time.Use Control Center
Notification Center puts notifications and>
Customize your start page, navigate with ease using the new tab bar, and access a new privacy report to see just how Safari protects your privacy as you browse.Get to know Safari
Discover great places around the world and navigate easier with guides, cycling directions, indoor maps, Look Around, electric vehicle routing, and more.
Send messages to friends and family using new tools that make it easier to keep track of group conversations and give you fun, engaging ways to express yourself.Use MessagesLearn more on YouTube
Use the expanded editing capabilities in Photos to easily make simple changes and more advanced adjustments to your photos.Learn how to edit your photos
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I am biased. I have been a Mac guy since I bought my first one in 1984, before there was Windows. II occasionally use the Windows machines at work, and they are horrible. The software is poorly written, uncreative, unintuitive, and soul crushing. I think it really makes people stupider when they use Windows machines. It's like listening to pop music.
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Mac OS X
Connectivity of portable media
Simple and Intuituve. Plug and play. Connect media, it appears on the desktop.
Complex, difficult, frustrating. Connect media, you have to hunt for it.
$19.99 at the App store
$199.99 from Microsoft
Support for user
Free online forum vs. Applecare, local geniuses at Applestore Genius Bar.
robust. Viruses rare. Antivirus software unnecessary.
thousands of viruses. Antivirus software a must.
ease of management
want to kill myself when I have to use the windows machines at work to try to do simple tasks.
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By 'Associated Utilities' I am not sure if you mean software in general or 'Utilities', which are more maintenance or system software related items. There are definitely more Windows Software Titles, but there is no shortage of good software for macs these days. Also PC software can run on a mac in various ways, with emulation software, or macs can just boot directly into windows; the converse is not generally so true. Most (not all) professional audio, video, and commercial art is done on Macs. Windows still rules the corporate non-creative world because the machines needed are cheaper and less powerful and Apple doesn't make lower end cheaper machines. Microsoft Office is the mainstay of that corporate world; there are Mac versions of the Office Apps that communicate well with PC's.
May 23, 2013 6:52 PM