Updating my mac
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The change from 10.10.x to 10.11.x is not going to throw you off much, and almost everything that works in 10.10.x will work in 10.11.x, and you do get some new things in 10.11, so if you’re on 10.10 and you’re wondering about 10.11, my advice is upgrade to 10.11.
More stuff in the updater means more chances to fix problems that may have cropped up along the way (maybe your current installation has some damaged system files, for example). Note: If you’ve already installed 10.11.6 the easy, automatic, click-the-install-button-when-it-pops-up way, .Apple’s new Photos app for Mac may suddenly stop automatically importing images from My Photo Stream.That means photos from your i Phone and i Pad aren’t making their way onto your Mac like you would expect.It won’t make things worse, and there’s a chance it will make things better. Note 2: installing the 10.11.6 combo update sometimes– not always– leads to a VERY slow initial restart.Seasoned Mac pros sometimes apply a combo update to a machine that seems a little bit “off,” and sometimes that makes things better. It’s only the first restart that’s slow; after that, everything is normal. For those with older systems If you are not on 10.11 at all, but rather on 10.10 or lower, we have some thinking to do.Here's how Apple says you can upgrade via their mac OS upgrade page. If you’re running Snow Leopard (10.6.8) and your Mac supports mac OS Sierra, you will need to upgrade to El Capitan from the App Store first. If you’re running Leopard and would like to upgrade to mac OS Sierra, first you’ll need to upgrade to OS X Snow Leopard.
You can purchase OS X Snow Leopard from the Apple Online Store.
Very frustrating my i Pad Pro and Mac Book Pro are no longer sharing photos subsequent to loading Sierra 10.12.6 I have been having this issue for about a year now and the solution works each time but it continues to pop up.
I want to update from Mac OS X 10.6.8 to the newest version which is mac OS Sierra.
My Mac should be able to run this version of mac OS.
If I try to download the update on the App Store it fails because I need Mac OS X 10.7 at least. I'd think twice before upgrading, or buy more RAM before you do.
If you’re experiencing this issue and want to get My Photo Stream to start working on your Mac again, the fix should be easy.