Apple's macOS High Sierra is being released today, and that means users need to be prepared.Apple will release High Sierra to Mac notebooks and desktops. The operating system, which was unveiled at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), comes with only minor design enhancements, but offer a host of under-the-hood upgrades.Apple has been testing macOS High Sierra over the last several months with beta users, and overall, their reviews of the operating system have been quite good.
Is Your Mac Compatible?
Any Mac released in mid-2010 or later is compatible with macOS High Sierra. You can also download the operating system on to MacBooks and iMacs that were introduced in late 2009.
Prepare Your Mac
There isn't much you really need to do to get High Sierra. But if you want the best experience, it's always worth considering backing up your computer, removing all unnecessary features that slow it down, and then downloading the operating system.
One of the easiest ways to do that is by using the Time Machine feature built into macOS.From your toolbar at the top of your screen, click on the Time Machine icon and choose its Preferences. From there, you can turn on Time Machine, choose where to back up your Mac, and decide which files should be backed up. Now that your machine is backed up, you can move forward with the High Sierra download.