This post highlights problems that may arise post an unsuccessful OS X upgrade, particularly, loss of crucial data.
Further, it recommends using Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery software to regain missing files.
Fortunately, this is very possible – although it takes some work.
Note: Before you get started, we strongly emphasize making a thorough backup through Time Machine of a good OS X Mountain Lion install immediately before your proceed.
Apple will soon be releasing OS X Yosemite, an upgrade to its Mac operating system that bring a slew of new features along with a significantly different look that mirrors its i OS design.
While Yosemite, is going to be available for free from the Mac App Store, and while the installation process is built to be seamless and easy, there will undoubtedly be problems that some people experience with the new OS, therefore, you might mull over a few preparation steps to ensure you cover all your bases when you decide to install Yosemite.
Resisting an OS X upgrade might be difficult for tech-savvy Mac users who like to keep their machines up-to-date.
While there’s nothing wrong with riding the new wave, sometimes, it has its disadvantages.
If these features seem attractive to you, it is about time you upgrade to mac OS Sierra.
It is that time again for Mac users to upgrade to a new operating system.
The new mac OS Sierra has dropped the "OS X" that was a premium feature of the title in all its predecessors and also comes with a lot of new features.
Apple has introduced a number of very positive changes in OS X Mavericks – and we generally advice that the majority of users would be best served updating to the latest version of OS X.
This is particularly true considering that Mavericks has the same list of supported systems as OS X Mountain Lion, and is a free upgrade.