Mac os x 10 10 keeps updating
Note, download times may be longer than usual on first release.
Backup (link explains how) your data before you install anything.
10.13.1 was noted to have a serious security hole due to root account vulnerability. Sierra was released September 20, 2016 You may find software compatibility sites already stating what is compatible with it.
Do not trust those reports, until those reports are published after the official release of Sierra.
IMAP e-mail is by default server based, and if you trust your internet provider to back it up, may be a better solution.
Moving from POP to IMAP is something you have to do with care, since by default POP is based on storing everything on your Mac.
Just because you've seen an issue which appears on a bulletin board, or is reported to you by a friend in a Mac OS X update, it does not mean the update is itself bad.
A mathematical improbability exists to test all combinations of software and hardware compatible with Macs.
This could come in handy if you just want to quit an update for any reason, but don’t want to resume it in the near future.
Here are the requirements with the Machine ID (x,x) as stated in the System Profiler for Mac OS 10.12 Sierra: Mac Book (Late 2009 or newer) 6,1 Mac Book Pro (Mid 2010 or newer) 6,1 Mac Book Air (Late 2010 or newer) 3,1 Mac mini (Mid 2010 or newer) 4,1 i Mac (Late 2009 or newer) 10,1 Mac Pro (Mid 2010 or newer) 5,1 10.12.6 is now available.
For updated downloads, visit my Jaguar and Up page This information is available on Apple's Sierra Requirements page Same minimum system requirements exist under Mac OS X 10.8 and later.
When downloading updates in the Mac App Store, it’s a simple thing to start and pause your download.
Make sure you’re logged into the correct i Tunes account for the specific update, and hit the dark gray Update button when you’re ready.