How to Upgrade Yosemite – to El Capitan

Another computer question surfaces in the world order. This time an individual wanted to upgrade the operating system on their Macintosh computer. The initial original question quoted verbatim is below.

How do I upgrade my Mac to OS 10.12?

This individual owned a Apple Macintosh computer with Macintosh operating system 10.11.6 El Capitan installed. They needed to upgrade their Macintosh computer operating system to comply with the download and attempted install of Turbo Tax software. This is a common occurrence with tax software.

Depending on the brand, many new tax software releases require you to upgrade your operating system. At this time Turbo Tax required Apple Macintosh operating system 10.12 Sierra in order to work.

You can upgrade via the Apple Macintosh Application Store. Also, you can use the iTunes link below. You will need your Macintosh administrator account password and Apple identification to upgrade.

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This individual then claimed that their Apple Macintosh computer was not compatible with Apple Macintosh 10.14 Mojave operating system. You can try this link below.

Also, you can check out the full Apple Macintosh Sierra 10.12 installation instructions. This individual then had forgotten their Apple Macintosh administrator password. If you forget your Apple Macintosh administrator password, there are numerous ways to reset it.

However, you will need some technical skills, which according to my experiences, many Apple endusers lack basic computing skills. This is an excellent time to lecture. You should always know your Apple Macintosh administrator password.

In this day and age what with the Internet, there are no excuses to remain so ignorant of such basic computer skills. Also, you should always know your Apple Identification password. Without either of these passwords, you are fucked, when it comes to being able to upgrade your Apple Macintosh operating system.

Luckily, the Apple Macintosh operating system has some different ways to potentially reset it. However, I would never use this type of feature like a crutch.