Like many technology companies, Apple employs 'code names' for various projects (for example, earlier versions of Mac OS and related projects were named after American composers: Gershwin, Copland, etc.). The Mac OS X project started with version 10.0, code named "Cheetah." 10.1 was known internally as "Puma." By the time 10.2 'Jaguar" was nearing release, the big cat names had practically become common knowledge among the Mac community, and Apple's marketing started including the names officially as part of the released product.
No. As long as the monitor has a compatible port that hooks into the Mac, the Mac will use it.
Use the Command Terminal
Macintosh Some people use the acronym MAC to say" My Apple Computer"
Apple's Mac computers use their own operating system called Mac OS X. If required Windows can be installed and used on a Mac.
You can't use a Mac anything in anything other than a Mac. Why? Because Apple sucks, that's why.
Mac OS X is an excellent replacement for Windows 7. You can use Apple's Mac OS X on computers made by Apple. The legal terms you agree to when installing Mac OS X prevent it being installed on non-Apple computers.
No - the clue is in the phrase '...for mac' ! Apple Mac's use a different operating system to 'regular' computers. The two versions are not interchangeable.
Mac OS X
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Microsoft produce a Mac version of PowerPoint. (See links below)
macbooks and apple computer use mac and dell, hp, samsung all use windows
Apple's Mac OS X can legally only be installed on computers made by Apple.