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Upgrade to Yosemite | Special Offer | Save £50.00

If your old Mac is running any version of the Mac OS X older than 10.10, then you may have found that certain websites are not displaying or functioning correctly. You may also be exposing your Mac to threats from the internet that may go undetected.


Mac OS X 10.10 (codenamed Yosemite) is the minimum preferred version of the Mac OS that I like to see on a system today. It makes your Mac fully compliant with websites and other internet technologies eg Apple's 2 Factor Authentication.


Why are you recommending Yosemite and not later versions? The upgrade to Yosemite is no longer available via the App Store (Apple will only deliver you the very latest version of the Mac OS 10.13). But older Macs and their applications may struggle to run the latest version of the Mac OS. This is why Yosemite is such a neat fit between older Mac hardware, compatibility with older applications and yet a modern OS with all of the security and functionality.


What's involved with the upgrade? It takes about 3 hours to do the upgrade from start to finish, dependant on the speed of your Mac and the volume of data on it. I prefer to do the upgrade on-site so that I can monitor its progress although it can be done remotely you would need to be monitoring it on my behalf. After Phase 1 of the upgrade, I should be able to take remote control of your Mac and complete the upgrade unattended.


How much does the upgrade cost? Typically I charge £200 plus VAT for doing the upgrade on-site and £150.00 plus VAT for doing the upgrade off-site. However, throughout the whole of November 2017, I am offering £50.00 off these prices to encourage as many clients to upgrade and get their Macs compliant as possible. Come the 1st December 2017 the price will resort back to the normal retail prices. Volume discounts are available if you have more than one Mac that requires upgrading at the same premises.


Is there anything else I should know? In some circumstances I may recommend an upgrade to the RAM in your Mac as Yosemite does add more functionality, it can slow down some Macs. Adding some extra RAM will compensate for this slowdown.


What if I want to proceed with the upgrade? Drop me an email [email protected] or call me to discuss this in more details 07951436074.


Darrin