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10.13 unlucky for some? Fromester's Guide to macOS 10.13 High Sierra Nearly all you need to know about Apple's Latest Operating System Apple have given all Mac users from 2010 onwards free access to possibly the world's best computer operating system ever. Security experts still recommend that you don't use a computer at all for best … Continue reading High Sierra (macOS 10.13)
macOS Sierra not to be called MacOS 10.12 New Stuff Apple have updated their desktop operating system to one better than the previous incarnation, but this time they’ve dropped the numbering system and given it a name instead — macOS Sierra. Ho hum. What do you need to know? There’s not much difference, but you … Continue reading Update your Mac to macOS Sierra
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Yosemite is another step towards the perfect operating system for Mac users of all kinds. MacOS X (10.10) Yosemite is the current release version of Apple’s operating system for desktop and laptop computers. My MacBook Pro 2009 laptop looks quite different with Yosemite installed, it looks like a graphic designer has tweaked and sharpened pretty … Continue reading Yosemite Yes