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shreyasj

Can I install Big Sur with Celeron(R) CPU 1017U ?

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Processor  -   Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 1017U @ 1.60GHz, 1596 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s)
BaseBoard Manufacturer  - LENOVO

Installed Physical Memory (RAM) - 6.00 GB

Graphics - Intel(R) HD Graphics

Device - Lenovo C240 All in one PC


 

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No, your Pc is very old you can't Install Big Sur.

Yosemite would be ok for your PC, Im not sure about the touch but if you plug KB & Mouse it should work.

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Posted (edited)

You can install high sierra in your pc that can work 

My pc also worked for high sierra

Edited by Vamsi13

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12 hours ago, Vamsi13 said:

You can install high sierra in your pc that can work 

My pc also worked for high sierra

is your pc same as mine? Lenovo C240?

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If it worked for High Sierra go for it, But i wouldn't recommend going for a new macOS.

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No my pc is pentium g2010

I installed first high sierra and upgraded to catalina

Edited by Vamsi13

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I read the guide about Installing it, it said:

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You can install it on a hard drive that already has Windows installed. By default, the Mac OS X installer will not work with hard drives that were originally formatted in Windows. Therefore, if your computer’s hard drive already has Windows installed on it, you won’t be able to install Mac OS X on there. 

I am getting a bit confused, 

I have Windows 10 already installed on my SSD, so do I have to format everything to install Yosemite? Because it said "You won't be able to install Mac OS X there" , which means I have to erase everything from my SSD including the personal data right?

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