These new features include a Dark Mode, the ability to use some of your favorite iPhone apps on the Mac and a dynamic desktop to name a few. Another cool new feature is being able to use your Mac to control your smart home.
How to Install macOS Mojave
Here’s a rundown of our reasons to install macOS Mojave, and the reasons you shouldn’t upgrade yet. We also have a list of things to do before you install macOS Mojave.
When you are ready to install macOS Mojave, here’s what to do.
- Open the Mac App Store
- Choose Updates
- Click on macOS Mojave
- Download the update.
Once the macOS Mojave download completes you can start the installation. If you do a normal install, you will keep all of your apps and data, but you should still have a Time Machine backup. Make sure you are plugged in for this process.
- Once the macOS Mojave Installer appears click Continue.
- Agree to the terms and conditions twice.
- Choose a drive to install to (Macintosh HD for most users)
- Login as an Admin
- Wait for the initial installation to complete.
- Restart the Mac when prompted.
Once the initial install is done, you will see a prompt to restart. Save your work, close your apps and restart. This will start the second part of the installation.
This can take 30 to 60 minutes to complete. If you are lucky the whole process will take less than an hour, but it could easily take up to two depending on download speeds and other issues while installing.
Once the computer restarts, login and begin using macOS Mojave. Check out these exciting new macOS Mojave features to get started with using the update.
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