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How To Upgrade Mac OS To Latest Versions



Apple releases constant updates and patches to its Mac OS software to improve various aspects such as performance, security, speed, etc. To ensure that your device is running optimally, it is important to keep it updated with the latest versions. This tutorial can show you how you can update your Mac OS to the latest available versions.

Step 1:
Click on the System Preferences option from the Apple logo on the top-left of your screen.



Step 2:
Click on Software Update .



Step 3
Check if there are any pending updates.

The system will show you if there is a pending update for your Mac OS. Additionally, you can click on the checkbox under “Automatically keep my Mac up to date to have your system updated automatically as and when Apple releases an update.



Step 4
Click on Update Now.



Step 5
Click on Restart.



Note: Ensure that you have backed up your data before continuing with the update.

’Once you click restart, the Apple system automatically updates your Mac OS and reboots with the latest software.’
 
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