Reply 20 of 79, by Bruninho
Okay, then try a mid-2012 13-inch Macbook Pro. You can find them today for about $300 used. Just add 16mb. ram ( $80 ) New batte […]
Okay, then try a mid-2012 13-inch Macbook Pro. You can find them today for about $300 used.
Just add 16mb. ram ( $80 )
New battery ( $50 )
and 500gb SSD ( $75 )
So for about $600 you can have a very good laptop that can dual boot OSX and Win-10.
I have this same setup but I don't even use it anymore as I use my iPad.
But when I was using the Macbook, I found myself slowly getting off of MS-Windows and just booting into Mac OSX.
You can do everything on a Mac and No need for MS-Windows.
I ran bench marks on both OS's on this macbook pro and they where almost identical.
Execpt for the fact that MS-Windows constantly updates and reboots I prefer MacOSX.
Thats why I got into macs because you can have both OS's on the same computer.
Only if your work or school requires you to use both OS's.
But after a while you realize you don’t need MS-Windows and all you really need is an iPhone and iPad to do almost anything.
The mid-2012 MacBook Pro is really easy to repair too any many parts still available.
Even though I am an Apple Fanboy, but I do not push this to others.
The 2012 Macbook Pro does not support a lot of the macOS Mojave features plus iCloud newest features. Try 2015 and above. Still, I do not push the macOS/iOS environment to others unless they want to use.
He wants to use other OS, so accept that.
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