Great news for those with old Macs

Great news for those with old Macs

People with old Macs will be able to run the new version of Apple’s OS, El Capitan that will be released this summer. The new OS contains a row of improvements, considering the user interface and the system in general as well.

People, who have old Macs can breathe a new life into them.

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People with old Macs will be able to run the new version of Apple’s OS, El Capitan that will be released this summer. The new OS contains a row of improvements, considering the user interface and the system in general as well. Users will be able to install the new system on iMacs, MacBooks, and other devices that are capable of running OS X when the beta version of the new OS X 10.11 will be made public or, when the final release will be out this fall.

The concept of the new OS

The concept of the new OS

It’s not a surprise that users of the OS X 10.10, Yosemite will be able to install the new 10.11, but what about the others? The popular web blog, OS X Daily made a list of MAC devices that are capable of running the new OS. The list includes some models of iMacs and MacBooks that were produced as far as in 2007 and according to the list, practically every OS X device, produced later that 2009 will be able to run the new OS.

But the fact that the device will be able to run the new OS doesn’t mean that the work of the new OS will be smooth and without problems. The blog says that it’s better to have better hardware to avoid possible problems with the computer. Experts state that the main requirement to run OS X 10.11 is to have a 64-bit processor and besides that, the requirements are rather mild.

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