There is always an ongoing debate about the superiority of Windows and the best in class features of macOS. The battle amongst the various operating systems is still debatable as both Apple and Microsoft try to integrate the devices too into the ecosystem.
But no matter what is said, Macs still have the same capabilities as Windows and can still be used by anyone. Here are 6 myths about Mac that untrue.
There is no truth when it comes to the accusations that the Mac is not compatible with any peripherals. Unlike Windows, the drivers are not built right into the OS. Any peripherals you may buy in the future will require you u to see if it's Mac compatible.
Another lie about Macs is the unavailability of apps of software. There are many developers that make softwares available for both Windows and Mac. Also with the App Store, you can get a lot of options to install more if needed.
Having a Mac with integrated graphics does not good for any gaming purposes. Instead, a Mac with dedicated graphics like the MacBook Pro will be great for gaming. And many game developers have made the games compatible with macOS. Additionally, the App Store has a collection of games that you can install.
Seamless transfer of files between your Windows computer and a MacBook is easy with shared folders. Your folders will appear in Finder on macOS and the same files on your Mac can be made available on Windows too.
Difficult to use
Learning to use a new operating system always has a high learning curve. But in terms of usability, the macOS has always been easy to use and there is no additional software to install before using it. On Windows, you would download separate browsers and anti-virus apps before you start using it for your daily activities.
The Macs are not expensive. Take any Windows laptop or desktop with the same specifications as the Mac and a MacBook. You will see that the prices vary only just slightly. The higher price gives you a premium quality product that lasts for years.