After a couple of searches, I see traces of discussions about this on the forum. However my search talents aren’t good enough to find input of the kind I hope for.
I am buying a MacBook. On it, I’ll work extensively in Dorico.
Of course, Dorico’s system requirements are readily available. Still, I wonder if anyone have views on whether it might be a good idea to ramp up the machinery for even swifter performance.
I have too little knowledge on how software is built, and am not knowledgeable about in what way a given application taxes a computer’s horsepower, and thus do not know on what computer component (RAM, processor, anything) one should spend money. Also I want the computer to last a few years – I guess it’s a good idea to have a machine that’s prepared for future Dorico updates?
So if you have advice on how to speed up and smoothen Dorico’s performance on a MacBook (probably the sixteen inch screen), it is much appreciated. It will help me buy the right machine.
I suspect that the discussion has been done already, but I can’t find it.