An Apple Mac convert

I used to always wonder about the enthusiasm and loyalty that Apple products seemed to have for Apple fans.

Mac this and Mac that was all you would hear and see online, especially amongst Americans.

A few years ago, however, I bought my first Apple computer and now know what all the fuss was about. I have never had a day’s trouble with my MacBook, iMac in the office or Mini Mac at home in my home office.

Not only are the computers tremendously reliable and efficient but the free software programs/apps that Macs come loaded with are tremendously valuable. You might think that because they are free that they would not be much use, but this is not the case at all.

The free iMovie software, preloaded on all Mac devices, is my go-to software for video editing and I have actually deleted the previously purchased Camtasia video editing software package.

The only problem I am beginning to encounter now is that I am running out of space on all my machines on account of the number of videos I make and store. But I can overcome this problem by buying external storage devices and plugging them into my Macs.