MacBook To Microsoft SurfaceBook: A Seamless Transition With Guide & Illustrations
Apple has been at the top in premium commercial computers for the masses, but, with Microsoft working on its OS for years has patched a lot of ground. With Windows 10 it offers a far greater value within its Surface Pro and SurfaceBook line of laptops.
It will take long before people begin to realize the current potential of this new array of devices from Microsoft, simply because they are not much sure about Windows. It will take a lot to convince users of the power of Windows 10 and its merits that are at par with the Mac OS. The hardware is certainly far greater than those provided by Mac at the current price range and the performance capability it provides. However, it is not just hardware that makes up Apple; it is the software and the user experience that has kept it afloat for 30 years.
In order to help people make the swift from a MacBook to a SurfaceBook, Microsoft has launched a new website that provides tutorial with illustrations and videos to guide people to move their photos, music, media etc. from iPhone, iPad and Mac to SurfaceBook. It also includes guides to use iTunes with Windows 10. The website also gives a brief guide to use Windows 10 and its primary features.
- The reason that Microsoft could be able to gather a lot of users is that they have been recently becoming more open and versatile, offering support for software written essentially for other OS like Mac OS and combined with a great hardware, it is a tough to resist package.
The website reads on the top as "Making the Switch: MacBook to Microsoft Surface Book" and begins with thanking the users to have considered purchasing this amazing device or already have in on their lap. It is followed by four links to four guides.
- The first link takes you to a tour of Windows 10 and making you familiar with it on a SurfaceBook.
- The second is a more comprehensive FAQ with clearing your mind and making you confident of moving from a Mac to a Surface.
- The third guides you through moving photos, files and emails from a Mac to a Surface.
- The fourth one tells you how easily iPhone, iCloud and iTunes are compatible with Windows 10.
It gives you the power of great software with a greater hardware and, above all, an option.