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To continue to use Apple Mail, MacOS users will need to upgrade to a supported OS. As an alternative to Apple Mail, webmail and the Outlook app will continue to function on laptops with MacOS prior to 10.14. Additionally, in November 2020, CrashPlan will no longer support MacOS 10.13 and lower. CrashPlan is the enterprise backup software H&S. The macOS 10.14 SDK provides support for developing apps for Macs running macOS Mojave. The SDK comes bundled with Xcode 10 available from the Mac App Store. For information about Xcode 10, see Xcode 10 Release Notes. General Known Issues. The macOS Mojave 10.14.1 update improves the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac, and is recommended for all users. This update: Adds support for Group FaceTime video and audio calls, which support up to 32 participants simultaneously, are encrypted end-to-end for privacy, and can be initiated from a group Messages conversation, or joined at any time during an active call. Step 2- Click on Update. In the updates, section click on the update that is written next to Mojave 10.14.4 in the App store. Once the download gets installed in your system, your Mac needs a restart. Save your programs and restart the system to let the upgraded OS effectively work on your Mac. Refer to this macOS upgrade instructions webpage, (currently it refers to macOS Mojave): macOS - How to Upgrade; Upgrading from OS X Snow Leopard or Lion. If you’re running Snow Leopard (10.6.8) or Lion (10.7) and your Mac supports macOS Mojave, you will need to upgrade to El Capitan (10.11) first. Click here for instructions.

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One way of getting over this hurdle is to upgrade your macs operating system.

Which OS you can upgrade to will be governed by which model and year your mac is.

Click on the  top left of your screen click on About This Mac to find out the year of your mac.

If you find your mac can upgrade to the newer OS's like macOS Mojave 10.14, macOS Catalina 10.15,

or macOs Big Sur 11.6 I would recommend you upgrade to macOS High Sierra 10.13 first.


For High Sierra, Mojave or Catalina,

Open Safari and click on this link,

Go to Check Compatibility to see if your mac qualifies for the OS upgrade you want.

Then go to the Download OS section and click on the OS you want to install.

Before upgrading make a full back up of your Mac.

Check that third party apps you use have updates available for the new OS.

Check that your printers/ scanners etc have updated drivers and software available for the new OS.

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Connect your mac to your router via cable rather than rely on WiFi.

Do not use your mac while it is downloading

and do not use any other devices that share the same internet connection.

If the App Store says ‘Open’ then it is detecting a previous download of the install app

go to the Applications folder locate Install macOS ******.app.

Move it to the Trash, empty the Trash.

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Restart, click on the link again, the App Store should say ‘Get' or 'Download'.

If you want to or are able to install Big Sur, open Safari and click on the link below.

If you are considering upgrading to Catalina or Big Sur be warned they do not support 32bit apps.

Your Mac is probably running 32bit apps and these will need to be updated to 64bit apps,

some updates may be free, some may be paid. Use this free app to discover which apps you have

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are 32bit, https://www.stclairsoft.com/Go64/ then contact the developers of the software to see

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if they are offering 64bit updates.

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