If you own a Mac and you are excited to get your hands on the new operating system ‘OS X Mavericks’ when it is released, but aren’t sure if your platform can run it, then Game Agent can tell you in an instant.
We’ve talked about Game Agent in the past, they are one of the best places to look for Mac games and DLC, and they always supply a handy tool to make sure a game can run on your Mac before you buy the game. Now the company is using the same basic technology to tell its customers if they are ready for OS X Mavericks. Obviously if you have a new(ish) Macbook Pro/Air or iMac then you don’t really have to worry about the requirements. If you just want to be on the safe-side, the you can head over to Game Agent and check for yourself.
Since you have a Mac (I’m assuming that’s why you are reading this article) then you should also check out the games they offer, the storefront does a pretty great job finding you the best deals on games on DLC. I’ve recommended it in the past, and the new OS X Mavericks feature was just an extra treat.
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