MacOS High Sierra v10.13.6 (17G2208) Mac App Store Description Big Sur macOS, formerly known as OS X or Mac OS, is Apple’s proprietary operating system, with macOS Sierra being the latest version of the operating system for PCs and Mac servers. Have you been searching for Mac OS X 10.13 High Sierra in the Mac App Store and you can't find it because only Mojave is available?Watch this video to find o.
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- Dec 06, 2017 The macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 update improves the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac, and is recommended for all users. This update:. Improves compatibility with certain third-party USB audio devices. Improves VoiceOver navigation when viewing PDF documents in Preview. Improves compatibility of Braille displays with Mail.
- Safari uses these links to find the old installers in the App Store. After downloading from the App Store, the installer opens automatically. MacOS Catalina 10.15 can upgrade Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks; macOS Mojave 10.14 can upgrade High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion.
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Instructions for making an external drive that you can use to install macOSSierra.
Roman Loyola By Roman Loyola
Senior Editor, Macworld Jul 3, 2017 1:32 PM PT
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Apple uses its App Store to distribute its software, like new Macoperating systems. It’s convenient, but sometimes it can take a while fora download to finish. And if you have multiple Macs, it’s inefficient todownload the new OS to each and every Mac.
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That’s why I like to make a bootable external drive for the sole purposeof installing the Mac operating system. When I need to tend to a bunch ofMacs, it’s much faster to use a bootable drive instead of going to eachMac, launching the App Store, searching for the operating system,downloading it (after entering my Apple ID), and then running theinstaller.
You can create a bootable USB flash drive with the macOS Sierra installerthat’s now available. The installer software will take up nearly 5GB ofstorage space. Here’s how to create a bootable macOS Sierra installerdrive.
Download the macOS Sierra installer
Launch the App Store app, then look for macOS Sierra in the store. (Here’sa link.) Click on the Download button, and your Mac will download theinstaller to your Applications folder. If it automatically launches afterdownload, quit the installer.
sierra beta installer app folder sierra gmKeep the installer in theApplications folder.
If you’ve already upgraded your Mac to Sierra, the installer is removedfrom the Applications folder. You can download it again if you go toPurchased in the App Store. Look for macOS Sierra in the list of apps thatyou’ve bought, and click on the Download button. If it automaticallylaunches after download, quit the installer.
Get an external drive
You can use a USB flash drive or a hard drive with room for the installersoftware. I’ve used different drives with success, including a VisionTek120GB USB 3.0 Pocket Solid State Drive ($83 on Amazon) and an old 8GBIomega Micro Mini Hard Drive.
Don’t worry if the drive isn’t formatted for the Mac. The drive will bereformatted automatically as part of the process. Change the name of yourdrive to Untitled; you need to do this for the steps below.
The quick and easy way
The process detailed below involves the Terminal. If your really don’twant to use Terminal, there are a couple of free apps you can use.
Use the Terminal to create a boot disk
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So you have your external drive, and the Sierra beta installer is inplace. Now you’re going to use Terminal to create a boot drive. If you’venever used Terminal before, don’t worry. This is pretty easy.
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Here are the steps to create a macOS Sierra beta boot disk. (Apple alsohas these instructions.)
How to boot from the installer drive
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Roman has covered technology since the early 1990s. His career started atMacUser, and he's worked for MacAddict, Mac Life, and TechTV. He's alsowritten for MacRumors and Realtor.com.
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years ago, I chose not to update (Yosemite?) by option-click on the download link in the App Store, then choosing to hide that update.
But App Store continued to also hide Sierra and High Sierra.
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Now, I take that I just should select “Show All Software Updates” in the 'Store' section of App Store - but that line is not there ...
Any idea to reset this? I tried already the trick to get to the Debug menue and removing the Cache and resetting - did not help. Even some more elaborate things (deleting Cache folders and entries in /var/... like here: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/245406/how-to-fix-reset-app-store-app- on-mac-osx-el-capitan).
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