macOS, earlier known as Mac OS and OS X, is an Operating System developed and marketed by Apple Inc. Apple has been developing the said OS since 2001 to power its Mac devices, including MacBook, iMac, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro lineups. In terms of popularity, macOS stands next to Windows OS but ahead of Chrome OS. Unlike Windows, macOS is available only on devices developed by Apple. However, one could install the OS on compatible hardware, and they are called Hackintosh and do not have legal standing as such. macOS works in a tie with Apple’s other platforms like iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS.
People love macOS for its intuitive User Interface and optimized performance. Because it is available only on devices developed by Apple, the company can control the quality and ensure maximum performance on all devices. As a result, professionals prefer macOS, especially video and audio editors. It should also be noted that macOS is home to some of the best professional software, such as Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro X from Apple. The OS also packs some built-in tools like GarageBand. More importantly, those who are in the Apple ecosystem can enjoy the benefits of integration.
Those shifting to macOS from Windows or Linux may have a few compatibility concerns. Don’t worry, though; we are here to help you out. At TechRT, we have a group of macOS enthusiasts who have a collective experience of 10 years with the OS. Therefore, we come up with tutorials and reviews. We also understand that new macOS users are always looking for amazing applications and tools. To keep this thirst quenched, we do regular checks and suggest to you the best collection of apps and utilities. Of course, you can count on TechRT when you want regular macOS-related updates delivered to you.