First of all, make sure your Mac meets the minimum requirements: • Minimum OS – Mac OS X Lion (10.7.5) • CPU – Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4Ghz or better • RAM – At least 4Gb RAM • Hard Drive – At least 10Gb of free space with at least 1Gb additional space for custom content • Video – NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT, ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro or better. I tell my game installers to be saved. It says they’ll be saved /Library/Application Support/Origin/DownloadCache. I then start downloading The Sims 4. Tf2 Mac Download.
However nothing Sims 4 will get saved there. Sims 3 installers will go there, but not 4 that I’ve noticed. However if you check Library/Application Support/Origin/CatalogCache and Library/Application Support/Origin/LocalContent; there are Sims 4 files in both places. I’m assuming one of those two must have the actual installers there, but it doesn’t look right. Any idea of what the installers might be called so I can try searching those two folders? I know this is a super late question but I hope you see it anyway.
I have a regular 2017 12-inch MacBook (not pro or air), and it meets the recommended requirements but I’m still worried it won’t run TS4 very well. I played 2 when I was younger all the time and I’d love to get back into the sims world but I don’t want to spend so much on something if it won’t work well (like many people who have come to this post). It just doesn’t look like it can handle such intense gaming. On top of that, I’m an engineering student and I need to instal some relatively hefty programs (matlab, solidworks, revit, etc) that also require boot amp.
I’m afraid all of these programs combined with sims on boot camp will take a toll on my laptop and slow it down. Do you think it will slow down my laptop overall? Gopro Studio 2.5 Download Mac. Also do you think my dinky laptop can handle such massive programs all together?