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Yosemite – A Fresh Start

Every time the Mac operating system gets an update, I ask myself – do I want to upgrade, or do I want to do a fresh install? Ever since around Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6), the Upgrade & Install process has been fairly painless, and now that Migration Assistant doesn’t crash in the middle of the file transfer, it’s pretty…

Why I Upgraded to Yosemite Instead of Starting Over

Whether you’ve been following Apple news and rumor sites, reading our Yahoo mailing list, or constantly refreshing Apple’s homepage, you’re probably aware that OS X 10.10 Yosemite was released last week. While I’m sure there are plenty of us eager to take the plunge on a brand-new operating system, there are probably plenty of others who take a “wait and see” approach,…

Minutes 5/5/2005

Bob Shayler shared his experience in installing Tiger (Mac OS X v10.4). He used Disk Warrior and repair permissions in Disk Utilities (of course!) prior to and following the installation of Tiger. Bob did an “upgrade” install. It is a good idea to disconnect all firewire attachments prior to installing. [In the Newsletter, Stan describes in Kline’s Korner installing Tiger…