I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gone into a situation where I was stuck on a website, like the one in this video.
And, well, the only way to fix that was to install Ubuntu.
Or a similar one.
I’ve been trying that for years.
Ubuntu is available for Windows and Macs, and it has some really cool features, like having a built-in browser and a dedicated window manager.
But when it comes to OS X, it’s all about a new version of the Mac app store.
When you buy a Mac, you get a Mac app that’s usually limited to the latest versions of iOS, Android, and ChromeOS.
The Mac App Store is a bit different, though.
It’s full of a bunch of different apps, and you can add them to your library just like on a PC.
The problem is, you have to install the entire Mac AppStore app to actually install the OS X version.
I spent a while trying to figure out how to install OS X using a USB drive, and I couldn’t figure out a way to install Mac OS X. Theres no easy way to just copy over the entire OS X Installer folder.
And theres also no easy solution to install this version of OS X on my old laptop, like a 13-inch MacBook Pro.
After a lot of searching, I finally found an article that outlined how to get the latest Mac OS 10.10.5 beta version on a USB storage drive.
Here’s how you do it: Step 1: Install a USB flash drive on your computer.
To install Mac 10.9.5, go to System Preferences.
Then click on Storage.
The System Preferences window should be filled with the OSX 10.8.5 version.
Step 2: Download and install the Mac App Installer (MacAppi).
If you don’t have an OS X 10.7.5 disk, you can use the MacAppi to install macOS.
(The Mac Appi is a newer version of MacAppInstaller, which is a Mac installer app.)
Once you download and install MacAppI, you should see a Mac AppInstaller window open.
You can click the Choose Install button to install all the Mac OS software that you want on the USB flash disk.
(That will create a new USB drive that you can then copy over to your computer.)
When you click the Install button, the installer will begin.
(And the installer should also ask for permission to use your USB drive to copy the OS to the USB drive.)
After you click OK, the MacOS installer will ask you if you want to install or upgrade Mac OS.
If you click Upgrade, you will get a confirmation dialog box that asks if you’d like to upgrade to the newer OS.
(You can ignore that.)
After that, Mac OS will download and start up.
Step 3: Plug the USB disk into your computer and reboot.
Step 4: You should see the new OS installed on your hard drive.
(It may take a minute or two for the installer to download the Mac version of macOS.)
If you have any questions, let me know.
Mac App installers are the easiest way to get macOS installed on a new computer.