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If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance that you have some sort of old old Mac sitting around the house gathering dust.
There’s also a good chance, though, that you can still use that old Mac for something productive (or fun)—be it to run old games, check email, or give the kids something to use to write papers.
I've worked out a decision path below that should help guide you in your choice.
Note that this is only a recommendation; if you're perfectly happy chugging along on that OS X Tiger-running Power Book G4 from 2004, don't let me stop you.
I've got a choice between throwing in another 2 GB of RAM and replacing my dog slow HDD with a much zippier SSD, or just ditching my current Mac altogether and replacing it with a current Mac Book Air.
Several factors are complicating my decision to upgrade or replace my current Mac, and these are pretty common questions that every Mac owner is going to have to answer for themselves eventually.
However, we cannot sanction the use of an unsupported version of mac OS in order to retain the use of outdated software.
Consequently, IT Services' advice is that you should always seek to upgrade to the the most recent version of mac OS that your Apple computer can support.
It's a lot easier to justify replacing some 0 Dell econobox after a few years, since it's probably got one foot in the grave by that point anyway, but I've known people who happily trundle along on Mac hardware that's nearly a decade old.