Apple doesn’t make it easy to download macOS High Sierra once you’re running Mojave, but there are many reasons that a user may need to do so. Thankfully, it’s still possible to grab the High Sierra installer while running Mojave. Here’s how it works.
If you have a Mac that is compatible with macOS High Sierra, but you haven’t yet upgraded, you’re treated to a huge banner advertising Apple’s latest desktop operating system every time you check for software updates in the Mac App Store. If your choice to decline the upgrade is intentional, here’s how you can hide that High Sierra upgrade banner with a few quick clicks.
If your Mac is compatible with macOS Sierra, you’ll see a huge banner advertising Apple’s latest operating system in your Mac App Store. But what if you don’t want to upgrade right now? Here’s how you can hide the Sierra upgrade banner.
Like its recent predecessors, users can upgrade to macOS Sierra by downloading the installation app from the Mac App Store. But nothing beats the flexibility of a bootable USB installer. Here’s how to create a macOS Sierra USB Installer for the Sierra Developer Preview.
macOS Sierra is sporting more than just a new name. Apple’s next desktop operating system will introduce a slate of new features and, for the first time in more than two years, more demanding system requirements. Here’s what you need to know to see if your Mac can run Sierra when it’s released this fall.
Users who try to upgrade their Windows 7 and 8 VMware virtual machines to Windows 10 may be having an issue with a supposedly incompatible display driver. Here’s how to bypass this compatibility check and upgrade your VMs to Windows 10.
Now that Microsoft has pledged to update Windows 10 indefinitely, specific Windows build numbers are crucial to aiding troubleshooting and ensuring software and hardware compatibility. Here’s how you can find the exact build number of the version of Windows residing on your PC.
Microsoft’s new licensing and upgrade policy for Windows 10 makes in-place upgrades as easy as can be, but those seeking a clean install are encountering issues. Here’s the trick you need to know to successfully perform a clean install of Windows 10.
Windows 10 generally features a bright light theme for app and menu backgrounds and title bars. While it won’t be available at launch, those who prefer a darker look can preview the incomplete “dark theme” in Windows 10 via a few quick registry tweaks. Here’s how to do it.
Snap Assist in Windows 10 enhances the traditional Snap feature by recommending companion apps when a user snaps one app to a side or corner of their screen. This can be helpful in many cases, but power users may wish to handle this process themselves without Microsoft’s suggestions. Here’s how you can disable Snap Assist in Windows 10.