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macOS Sierra 10.12.1 Confirmed the New MacBook Pro with Magic Toolbar →

OCTOBER 26, 2016

Following the news leak and the path where the images of the redesigned MacBook Pro are hiding, here’s one of the photos downloaded from my Mac’s file system running 10.12.1:

 

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So it’s confirmed. We should see this on tomorrow’s Mac event.

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Create A Bootable OS X Yosemite USB Installer

DECEMBER 29, 2014

OS X Yosemite is finally here. And if you’re doing a clean install for your upgrade, you’ll need to create a bootable Yosemite USB installer. Below are the simple steps to create one.

 

Requirements

  • The “Install OS X Yosemite.app” launcher. You can find it in the Applications folder right after you downloaded it from the Mac App Store.
  • A USB Flash Drive that has at least 8 GB of storage.

 

Formatting the USB Installer Drive

1. Insert the USB Flash Drive to the Mac and open the Disk Utility, then select the USB Flash Drive from the left side list

 

  1. Click on the “Erase” tab and select Mac OS Extended (Journaled) on the Format options then click the “Erase” button and confirm.

 

  1. Next go to “Partition” tab and under the “Partition Layout” select “1 Partition” on the pulldown menu (from Current)

 

  1. Under it change the name “UNTITLED1” to “UNTITLED”

 

  1. Click the “Options” button and select “GUID Partition Table” as the partition scheme and click “OK”.

 

  1. Click “Apply” and confirm. Then quit Disk Utility.

 

Creating the Bootable OS X Yosemite USB Installer

  1. After downloading the OS X Yosemite from the Mac App Store, the app launches automatically. Ignore and quit the window.

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