macOS Sonoma is now available to download and install on your Mac. Not only does it bring another myriad of new features to your Mac, it's also vitally important in staying ahead of the latest security threats and vulnerabilities. If you can, you should always update, and we're going to tell you how.
As mentioned, macOS Sonama this year brings some really cool features that make your Mac look cooler and work even harder for you. The biggest update this year is probably widgets, bringing amazing desktop functionality to the Mac. However, there's also new screen savers, a game mode, web apps, Safari profiles, and more.
Download macOS Sonoma
Installing macOS Sonoma on your Mac is fairly straightforward, with easy instructions provided by Apple in the setup tool. Follow these simple steps to get the latest software on your computer.
- Go to System Settings
- Select General
- Choose Software Update
- Select macOS Sonoma and follow the installation instructions
macOS Sonoma has arrived!
With so many exciting features coming to the Mac this year, there's plenty for everyone to get to grips with. There are new features for gamers, like Gaming Mode and Widgets are as good as everyone hoped they would be.
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