I’m a longtime macOS user considering a complete switch to ElementaryOS. I need to check out a properly functional version of ElementaryOS, in order to test (A.) if I can recreate my workflow using software available on Linux, and (B.) whether I feel satisfied with the overall quality of the ElementaryOS experience. For now, I would like to try ElementaryOS on one of my Apple computers. I do not own any other hardware. That being said, should my Macs refuse to play well with ElementaryOS, I might have to find some other way to test this Linux distro properly. I want to give it a fair shot. The system I would like to try ElementaryOS on is not too fresh… will I still be able to give ElementaryOS a proper go? My workflow is rather undemanding: PDFs, Dropbox, web browser, text editor, citation manager, this kind of stuff. Specs: Apple MacBook 13" (Mid-2010) (aka: MacBook7,1) Core 2 Duo (P8600) 2.4GHz 8 GB RAM (2x4) DDR3 1067 MHz NVIDIA GeForce 320M HDD (5400 RPM) Hitachi AirPort Extreme (802.11a/b/g/n) Broadcom Full specs: https://everymac.com/systems/apple/...rbonate-unibody-mid-2010-specs.html#macspecs1 To clarify, I know that I can technically run eOS on this machine. The question is, how well? I'm looking for some hardware-specific feedback regarding running eOS on this or similar setup. I have little in terms of a point of reference when it comes to Linux. Thus, I want to make sure I'm testing the usability of eOS on hardware that can run it relatively well (what an experienced user would consider normal functioning).