I’ve never used a Mac or PC.
That’s because Apple’s mobile operating system (OS X) has always been my go-to desktop computing machine.
But after spending a couple of years learning how to run Mac OS X on my new MacBook Pro, I’ve finally realized that I’ve lost track of just how important a desktop computer is.
Macs and PCs aren’t the only computers you need to get things done, but they are the only ones you can use for most things, and they are always open and ready to go.
So what’s the difference between running OS X and running your favorite web browser?
Here are some tips for the best ways to get work done.1.
Use Chrome OS instead of OS X: Chrome OS is the operating system that runs on your Mac.
Its browser, Chrome, has always had a place in my life, and it still does.
Chrome OS also runs the latest versions of the popular Adobe software.
But while it does offer a few more features than OS X, like a built-in calendar, email, and photo editor, it also comes with a few extra bells and whistles that you may not find in OS X. You can access all of your files from within Chrome OS, for example.2.
Install Google Drive instead of Dropbox: Google Drive is a free, open-source cloud storage service that works well for transferring files between your Mac and your desktop computer.
While Google Drive doesn’t offer all the features that Dropbox offers, it’s more reliable, and there are some really neat features you can add to your existing Dropbox account.
Google Drive also supports Dropbox integration, so if you use Dropbox for your Mac, you can share files with your Google account from your Mac—as long as you have a Dropbox account in the same country.3.
Install Adobe Flash instead of Adobe Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop isn’t available for Mac OSX, but there are plenty of third-party programs that can run on OS X—and some of them offer better quality, easier-to-use Photoshop than Adobe.
Adobe Flash is Adobe’s Flash Player.
If you’re a Photoshop user, you’ll definitely want to use Adobe Flash to view your work.4.
Use Dropbox for all your Mac files instead of just the files you need: Dropbox is great for saving files to Dropbox, but if you don’t have a Mac, then there are also plenty of free and open-Source file managers available for your PC.
The most popular file managers on Windows and Mac are all free, but many of them also offer great features like automatic backup and cloud syncing.5.
Use Google Drive for your photos and videos instead of your photos: Google’s Photos app is an excellent app for managing your photos, and Google Photos has a number of great photo-editing tools.
Google Photos also supports the popular Creative Cloud storage service, which is available for free on Macs.
But Google also offers a number more advanced photo-ing tools that you can install to your Mac as well, including the ability to share photos directly to social media sites like Instagram and Twitter.6.
Install Microsoft Office 2010 instead of Word 2007: Microsoft Office 2007 is the most popular version of Microsoft Office software, and its best-known applications include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Powerpoint.
But you can also download and use other Microsoft Office versions if you prefer.
Microsoft Office 2013 is the latest version of Office for Mac, and Microsoft Office Online (which is free) is a great way to access your documents on your mobile device.7.
Install the Adobe Flash Player for OS X instead of the free version: If you can’t run the free Adobe Flash plugin for OSX (the most popular one), then you can download the free Flash Player from Adobe’s website.
It has a great interface, and you can easily sync your work to your Apple devices.
If Adobe is a big supporter of Adobe, then you should download and install the free plugin too.8.
Use iCloud Drive instead to transfer files between Macs: iCloud Drive is one of the most widely used storage platforms out there, and with the recent release of iCloud, there are lots of apps and services that offer Dropbox integration.
Apple’s iCloud Drive also comes packed with features like syncing files from iCloud to Macs, and also supports backup and remote access.9.
Use iPhoto for your photo editing and photo editing tools instead of Photoshop: iPhoto has a huge library of professional photo editing programs.
If your favorite photo editing app doesn’t have an extension for iPhoto, then it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out what you can do with iPhoto.
If that’s the case, then iPhoto Pro is a powerful photo editing tool that can even handle professional editing of professional photos.
But if you’re looking for something more advanced than just professional editing, iPhoto is an ideal option.10.
Install Flash Player instead of