2011 vs 2010 13″ Macbook Pro Boot Up Time (Mac OS X & Windows 7)

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A short video comparing boot up times of the previous 2010 Core 2 Duo 13″ Macbook Pros and the current 2011 Core i5 13″ Macbook Pros.

The Macbook Pro in the black case is the 2010 one. Both the 2011 and 2010 Macbook Pro’s are the base models, running Mac OS X 10.6.7 & Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit via boot camp. They have both been moderately used, that’s why boot times aren’t as fast as compared to other Macbook Pro’s you may see.

I think the Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit install on the 2010…


  1. Its the build quality, and the setup they use. The specs are way way overpriced, but the parts are all designed to work with eachother. I have the same 2011 macbook as she did here. And that runs windows faster than my I7 gaming laptop. With a quarter of the specs

  2. I still struggle to understand the justification of the price of a MacBook pro. I can find a laptop worth under NZ$1000 with better specs… I just don't understand. Despite this, I own an iMac though those are pretty good value for money I reckon… It's just the macbook pros…

  3. Cant wait to get a macbook really… Windows isnt bad at all for games but i'm also use windows on my studio pc and thats a mess. that the main reason to go for mac. but i alwais wil a pc user for heavy games like bf3.

  4. @batmancrammarc Hey Batman, it was just a generic black one from Hong Kong I ordered on eBay for about $18, they're still up there in a bunch of colours. If you're looking to spend a little more though, I would recommend the Speck SeeThru Satin cases.

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