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Moving on to Maverick: some doubts


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I've got an iMac from early 2008. It runs on Lion 10.7.5, and has a memory of 4Gb (2 original + 2 added) The processor is an Intel Core 2 Duo, running at 2.66 Ghz.
Question is: Will it function properly on Maverick? Is it worth, actually, moving on from Lion? How about my current applications: Microsoft Office for Mac 2011? Will they work properly?
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Your iMac will run Mavericks fine and so will Office. EveryMac has the following caveat about running Mavericks on your machine
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This system can run the most recent version of OS X 10.9 "Mavericks," including booting in 64-bit mode. However, it does not support OpenCL nor does it support AirDrop, AirPlay Mirroring (which also requires a 2nd Gen or later Apple TV), or Power Nap.

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