Gaming on a PC may not be all it’s cracked up to be if you own an Apple Mac. This blog was created to bring awareness of this issue and why you should ditch Apple Macs if you game.
Since the release of OS X 10.5 Lion, Apple has had a bit of a problem with OS X and gaming.
Mac OS X is the only OS that is not natively supported by all video games.
The reasons are numerous, but there are two main ones.
1. The OpenGL ES (OpenGL Extended) APIs are not available on Mac OS X, which is used by most games. The OpenGL ES APIs are used by games to render the game, and not to actually make the game playable.
2. The Mac OS X is very memory intensive, and games are designed to be very memory efficient. Apple have not optimized their Mac OS X to make games run faster.
Apple have also made a number of changes to the Mac OS X to make games run slower. This includes the removal of support for some graphics cards, and the removal of support for the older PowerPC processors.
If you are an Apple user, you can probably live with these limitations, but if you are a PC gamer, you are probably going to have to choose between Mac OS X and PC gaming.
Why Are Macs Bad For Gaming
Let’s start with the first reason. The OpenGL ES APIs are not available on Mac OS X. This means that you can’t play any games on a Mac unless they are available on the Mac App Store.
The Mac App Store is a virtual store where Apple has uploaded games that they think you will like. However, the Mac App Store is not an official store, and it is not an official way to play games on a Mac.
The Mac App Store is only available on Mac OS X. If you own a Mac OS X Lion or newer, then you can only buy games from the Mac App Store.
If you own an older version of Mac OS X, then you can still play games that are not available on the Mac App Store, but you can’t buy games from the Mac App Store.
If you want to play games on a Mac, you have to use the Mac App Store, and if you want to buy games on a Mac, you have to use the Mac App Store.
Nevertheless, you can still play games on a Mac.
The second reason is the Mac OS X is very memory intensive. This is a problem for PC gamers, because most PC games are designed to be very memory efficient.
A lot of PC games use a very efficient graphics card API called Direct3D. This API is used to make games look and play fast.
Direct3D is a very memory efficient API, and is designed to use a lot of memory. This is because it is designed to run on graphics cards, and graphics cards have a lot of memory.