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Does too many application slow down Hackintosh OS?

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Hello!

 

Usually if too many programs and applications are installed, the OS becomes laggy.

Does this happen with hackintosh OS also?

 

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maybe this is video acelerator problem.

without the specifications of your hardware and some files are impossible to know.

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2 hours ago, Mirone said:

maybe this is video acelerator problem.

without the specifications of your hardware and some files are impossible to know.

It's the overall performance that I'm referring to, e.g. folder navigation, opening image/ video/ audio files, launching applications, browser & tabs etc.  

I found in an apple laptop that everything was fast and had instantaneous response. But in windows this is only when the OS had fewer programs installed or the OS is freshly installed.

So I was wondering if macOS especially a hackingtosh OS remains swift even after installing lots of softwares.

 

*I don't have any hackintosh installed.

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In both operating systems this will depend on your hardware, 
but anyway I think that on macOS this is a little better although any shape that has a greater relationship with your Hardware than with the software itself.

 

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19 hours ago, Mirone said:

In both operating systems this will depend on your hardware, 
but anyway I think that on macOS this is a little better although any shape that has a greater relationship with your Hardware than with the software itself.

 

So we can agree that, also hackintosh will likely have the better performance, since that is the concern

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