Randy Singer, leader of the 9.000+ member strong MacAttorney User Group, co-author of multiple editions of the well-loved Macintosh Bible, author of the ABA’s The Macintosh Software Guide for the Law Office, writer of the MacAttorney Newsletter, and popular presenter, recently posted a long and easy-to-understand article on upgrading to the very latest Macintosh operating system:
“Every time a new major version of the Macintosh operating system (Mac OS, or, as Apple calls it, the macOS) is released (e.g. macOS 10.14.0 “Mojave”), the most common questions on Mac users minds are: “should I upgrade?” and “when should I upgrade?” There are a number of things to consider in deciding whether or not to upgrade, and when. And there are some “best practices” to follow to insure that, if worse comes to worst, your data is completely safe and you can get back to where you started quickly and easily.”
So, he has created an upgrade guide covering topics that include: upgrading to a specific version, upgrading to a newly-released OS fright away, basic information about backing up your Macintosh’s data and backing up before upgrading, clean installs, and what to do before and after upgrading, and it is both comprehensive and helpful.
Check it out – maybe even contribute to the conversation: