Updating macintosh applications
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Thankfully, a full list of all software installed on your Mac is still available. To find your app installation history in OS X, head to the System Information window (f.k.a. You can get there by clicking on the Apple icon in the Menu Bar, holding the Option key, and selecting System Information, or you can launch the System Information app located in Macintosh HD/Applications/Utilities/.
System Information provides a wealth of information about your Mac and operating system, including important details such as your Mac’s serial number and specific model identifier, memory type and configuration, attached USB and Thunderbolt devices, and the capabilities of your network interface. In the list of categories on the left of the System Information window, find Installations under the Software section.
But even Apple’s other refinement-focused mac OS releases — such as El Capitan or Mountain Lion or Snow Leopard — contained more .
This time, the most important changes are all happening under the hood.
But feature-wise, High Sierra lacks any new apps or consumer-facing changes that will make it all that exciting for Mac users.
On August 28, 2009, it was released worldwide, and was made available for purchase from Apple's website and its retail stores at the price of US for a single-user license.