How to download and install MacOS High Sierra

Today is the day when Apple releases its newest operating system, MacOS High Sierra.  With over 200 new features and enhancements, this upgrade will be worth the wait. While obvious for most, some newer Mac users may not know how to download, install, and upgrade their computers. If you want to see what’s new, just go to the MacOS High Sierra official web page at https://www.apple.com/macos/high-sierra/ Just follow the below step by step, and you’ll be running MacOS High Sierra in no time. Login to the administrator’s account on your Mac as normal. You have to login to the Mac App Click Here to Read more

Microsoft telling Office users NOT to upgrade to MacOS High Sierra

“Microsoft has warned users of Office for Mac 2011 not to upgrade to Apple’s macOS High Sierra when the new operating system launches next month,” Gregg Keizer reports for Computerworld. “‘Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Lync have not been tested on macOS 10.13 High Sierra, and no formal support for this configuration will be provided,’ Microsoft wrote in a support document.” “In the same document, Microsoft told those running the newer Office 2016 for Mac that they must update its applications to version 15.35 or later, if they intend to upgrade their Macs to High Sierra,” Keizer reports. “(Version 15.35 Click Here to Read more

MacOS High Sierra: Developer vs. Public Beta

To Apple: This information contains the differences between the DEVELOPER and PUBLIC beta of the said operating system. It does not contain any list of upcoming features or any non-public information. Yes, I said that I would not be writing anything that has to do with the newest version of MacOS until September.  But this needs to be said to clear up any confusions between the Public and Developer versions of the current beta of MacOS High Sierra. Both versions are almost the same except: Developer: This contains more technical information about the inner-workings of the operating system so he or she can make sure that Click Here to Read more

Official specs for Macs upgrading to Mac OS High Sierra

On Tuesday, we reported on the specs on hardware to run the upcoming iOS 11. Now here are the official specs to run MacOS High Sierra on Mac: • iMac: Late 2009 or newer • MacBook and MacBook Retina: Late 2009 or newer • MacBook Pro: Mid 2010 or newer • MacBook Air: Late 2010 or newer • Mac Mini: Mid 2010 or newer • Mac Pro: Mid 2010 or newer