May I ask where you're getting this information from as it is patently false. OS X has no issue running third party software and never has (this would be why 99% of the Mac App Store is third party software).Mac does not like 3rd party aps!
Sure it does. Most people can't do everything they need with only what Apple provides with OS X.What an odd response. The biggest advantage of Mac is that it doesnt need 3rd party apps
OS X is rife with bugs (hence why this forum exists in part).& therefore gets no nasty virus type bugs.
We didn't miss anything since no one has ever made the defensible claim that OS X shouldn't run third party software.How did you miss all this? You should perhaps buy a P.C. & leave us alone. Media Player...what? where ?:
That's pure BS. OS X is a operating system. To USE it you need applications, and they are almost all third party. I'm not going to get into the virus discussion, but at the present time there are no viruses for OS X. Annoyware and other crapware do exist, along with hijackers and adware, but those are pretty easily dealt with with a third party product called AdwareMedic, and prevented with two other third party products called AdBlock+ and Ghostery. And you can tune up OS X with a third party product called Onyx. You said in your original post that "media player" is sending you a message. Since there is no Apple app called "media player" the request for what the *bleep* you are talking about is appropriate. If you'd like to see how many third party apps there are, just a fraction of them are on the Mac App Store.What an odd response. The biggest advantage of Mac is that it doesnt need 3rd party apps & therefore gets no nasty virus type bugs. How did you miss all this? You should perhaps buy a P.C. & leave us alone. Media Player...what? where ?: