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Apple Starts Pushing High Sierra on Unsuspecting Mac Users

Many Mac users are suddenly being prompted to install macOS 10.13 High Sierra. If you don’t want to tie up your Mac for an hour or more — and end up with High Sierra! — read on to learn how to stop the upgrade process.

 
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Security Update 2017-001 (Sierra) and Security Update 2017-004 (El Capitan)

macOS 10.13.1 High Sierra Offers Minor Fixes and More Emoji

Mactracker 7.7

Parallels Desktop 13.1

macOS High Sierra 10.13 Supplemental Update Fixes Early Bugs

PDFKit Improves Somewhat in High Sierra

With a Stolen iCloud Password, Your Mac Can Be Held Hostage

macOS Server 5.4

 

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Apple Configurator 2.5

Apple Product Announcements Inaugurate the Steve Jobs Theater

Making Better Use of the Touch Bar

Important High Sierra Changes for IT Admins

New High Sierra and iOS 11 Books from Take Control

Dropbox Dropping Support for Older Operating Systems

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Mactracker 7.6.6

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