After a long debate in my head I finally took the plunge and ordered an iMac after being a loyal windows user since I was 4 years old with windows 95. I own a photography studio and was looking for an all in one, out of the box solution to minimize cords and space and give me the memory and CPU I needed to run my business.
I ordered this setup since I wanted to be prepared for future advances in programs and camera technology which may turn out to be more memory-dependant:
The only upgrade I'm considering for he future is a 1/2 TB SSD depending on how the base option works for me, though I've managed fine up until now without one I understand the advantages that come with the technology.
My question is do I have anything I need to do when I first set it up? It's my experience with windows that there are a number of unnecessary sponsor programs and aesthetic components that come loaded into the machines that can be removed to optimize the performance, but it's my understanding that mac is a more plug in and go set up. Also are there any programs or widgets recommended for the OS?