You may think you have the latest updates on your Mac!! but do you?
Even if updates have been downloaded, did they ever get installed?
How do you find out what update you have on your Mac?
click on “About This Mac” …..
In the above case the Version is 10.11.1
Latest Versions of Mac OS
at November 6th 2016 are as follows:
OS X Yosemite – 10.10.5 (No later Updates available) …upgrade to El Capitan or Sierra
There is Only 1 way to install updates
And that is not by closing the lid or letting the screen go blank (go to sleep mode)
Only by restarting your Mac will any downloaded updates install.
Firstly, make a TimeMachine Backup and only when satisfied you have a backup, Restart your MacBook.
This is NOT the way to update your MacBook, Pro or Air.
… closing the lid or shell of a MacBook, simply puts the device to Sleep..
Restart the Macbook and keep clicking on About This Mac >> Software Update
and click on “Update All”
Let the updates download. Restart and repeat the process ……. Until you see the following message
Now your Macbook is truly up-to-date.
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