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Hi Valeria

Don't bother with cleaning up your old PC hard drive - that's too much work. You'll really only wind up copying over certain files anyway (email, docs, maybe some photos or music, etc).....you won't really do a "mirror image" copy. I learned the hard way with my first mac (by trying to copy everything), and when I upgraded to the two I have now I made it easier on myself. When you're ready, drop me an email and I'll send you a list of tips to make it easy, plus some advice on how and when to deal with what to do with your old PC. I'm already compiling a list for you!


Welcome to the conversation! I will document my purchase and learning over time. When I asked my readers about making the switch they were so generous with tips and advice that I'm sure everyone will be curious to know how it goes.

Great post and yes -- a compelling question with discussions! Thanks Valeria. Now you have me looking closer and what I've been missing in the shift back. I left Apple years ago when they slipped behind - and it's worth another look after reading your updates. Given the trade in value of PCs it's likely best to hold out for a bit older than mine is at the moment. So I'll check back and hear more along the way.

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