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Should I Update My MacBook To Mojave?

I have a MacBook which is about 1 1/2 years old. Should I update it to Mojave, and keep up to date with any more updates in the future, and how do I go about that.
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Joy Richards

Comments: One Response to “Should I Update My MacBook To Mojave?”

    11 months ago

    I always keep my devices up-to-date with the latest operating system and software. For one thing, you already paid for this when you bought the hardware. So why go without the new features and updates that you already paid for? Then there is the matter of getting the latest security and stability improvements. In addition, you may eventually run into new software that requires an up-to-date system. Plus, you want to keep your skills updated as well, and you can only do that if you are using the latest software.

    A Mac that is 1.5 year old is still pretty new. I wouldn’t dream of running anything older than the latest software on it. Maybe if you were talking about a 6-8-year-old Mac that already had problems and you were looking to move on soon anyway, then you could argue that you can just wait for the new machine.

    To update to Mojave, just go to the Mac App Store, look for Mojave there. The updating process it pretty straight-forward. Make sure your backup is up-to-date first (which it is because you are using Time Machine to back up, right?)

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