Apple updates its macOS (previously Mac OS X) desktop and laptop operating system once a year, like clockwork, bringing new features and improvements. That's all very well, but Apple's most recent. How to Update the Firmware. If the firmware version displayed in the hardware overview is older than that listed for your Mac, then download the firmware and apply the update. Or update the operating system to at least macOS 10.12.6 Sierra, because this will include all the necessary security updates and the correct firmware. The latest software makes your Mac device compatible with the new technological developments. Still, it also makes the existing OS obsolete. That's why most Mac users with old devices try to update their Mac to OS X El Capitan. However, you can't update your Mac to El Capitan 10.11 if your Mac runs on software later than Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 14.5.4 Update Patches Multiple Security Flaws. Microsoft has released Office 2011 14.5.4 for Mac OS X version 10.5.8 or later, patching critical vulnerabilities in its software. These updates patch a combined 4 security bugs, including three memory corruption flaws and an integer underflow vulnerability. Office for Mac 2011 update problems I have been using Office 2011 for Mac for several years on an early (2008) Mac Pro (Intel CPU). I apparently updated to 14.1.0 at some point (or maybe that was what came on the disk when I bought the software), but the automatic update feature (bug?) was off, and I was unaware of further updates.
Mac Mini 2011 Update
For what it's worth, Sierra bricked my 2011 iMac. Initially the update installation simply failed, so after finally successfully rebooting I deleted the update file thinking it might be corrupt. I then re-downloaded and tried again. This time, my iMac would chime on power up and then promptly shut itself down again. So then I booted from an external drive and wiped my HD to do a clean Sierra installation. Failed again. I'm back on El Capitan now, and I assume I will be there forever or until they stop supporting it. It's a pity, as my 2011 iMac is a lovely and fast machine...
Microsoft Word For Mac 2011 Update
Nov 21, 2016 3:11 PM