Typing this on Sierra on 2010 13" MBA. In truth, 4gb is not enough to do any real work on this computer as it swaps very quickly.I have a 2010 MacBook Air on its last legs. Wondering if installing macOS Sierra will make it worse or inject some fresh life into the old machine.
This is the computer I keep bleeding edge so I've been running Sierra on it for a good few months. My experience is that half a dozen tabs open for long duration leads to swapping. E.g. gmail. There's also a big memory leak in softwareupdated process. Apart from memory being low, I don't see anything else of concern so I'm happy to be running Sierra. I'm typing this on it now. FWIW, I tried SL last week and it feels pedestrian compared to Sierra.Hi,
I have same configuration than you.
Can you please say me if you suggest to update it or not?
Well, since I have 4GB of RAM on a MBAir from 2011 with:Typing this on Sierra on 2010 13" MBA. In truth, 4gb is not enough to do any real work on this computer as it swaps very quickly.