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OS X 10.11 vs Windows 10

January 18, 2016 No Comments

Both Apple OS and Windows 10 operating system are the advanced editions of respective OS. They consists of attractive features and they are user friendly as easy to use. Windows 10 released and created a heap on hard drives at the end of July 2015 and has been creating Hawaii-sized waves, most of the people says that this may be the better to release since Windows XP operating system. We can see the list of the comparison between both OS X 10.11 EI Capitan and Windows 10 OS because OS X El Capitan is contain the beta version.

There are many difference between OS X 10.11 and Windows 10:

  • Windows 10 was recently released in the year 2015 on 29 July with many more latest features and non-typical plans Microsoft is handling a updates approach with Windows 10, meaning that it’s something of an on-going project and updates will be applied automatically unless the user specifically opts out. We’ve already seen a pop-up window appear explaining that new features are being added.
  • Many user come to know that upcoming generation of OS X is named as El Capitan, and definitely intended to be forever shortened to El Capitan will launch in mid-year. The updated edition of OS X was introduced on October 16 and the earlier release was even upgrade on same month that is October, hence it is not unreasonable to expect El Capitan to come to existence around that time this year.
  • Both OS X 10.11 El Capitan and Windows 10 are fundamentally free to use for existing clients. When El Capitan is released so that user need to open the App Store and then it will used. Of course, not only are OS X updates always free, but if you buy a new Mac you also get Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iMovie, Photos and much more free of charge no hassle.
  • In the Windows world systems makers will still have to pay for Windows 10 license for new personal computers and laptops, and corporate users will still need to hand over cash for the Enterprise release of Windows 10. If a home user want to buy Windows 10 on DVD or USB stick then they’ll need to heft over around £80 for the Home version, and nearer £200 for the Pro edition.

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