Apple Os X And Safari Updates To Patch Security Holes.

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Apple has just released a pair of security updates for OS X and Safari that fix a few unrelated security problems.

Is it available for all user. Is it free?

Best Answer by WilsonJames
Answered By 50 points N/A #157500

Apple released Mac OS X 10.7.4 which solves the bugs found in fire vault passwords.

Also safari is updated. You can download 10.7.4 from the Apple Menu through software update.

Go through the article and you will find direct links to the download

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Answered By 0 points N/A #157501

Updating your Apple software is free. You just need to have an Apple I.D. to download them. Don’t worry since registering for an Apple I.D. is also free.

It just needs a working email address to send its verification link. You can update your Mac OS X by accessing the Mac App store. This is where the updates are located. Access the Mac App store by clicking Details. Once opened, click update to install. Click restart if the computer needs to reboot.

You can update your safari by going to this website

Answered By 550585 points N/A #157502

Yes, the update is for everybody. If you are running Mac OS X and you wish to update, just click on the Apple menu on your desktop and then select Software Update. I don’t think it’ll require you to enter your Apple ID and password since you are only updating. But in case you are prompted with a password, simply enter your administrator password to continue.

The latest version of Mac OS X is Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan. It was released to the public on September 30, 2015, just last year. If you are using Mac OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard or later, you can upgrade directly to Mac OS X El Capitan. To upgrade, visit OS X El Capitan on the Mac App Store and then download El Capitan.

Follow the succeeding instructions to upgrade your operating system. In case you are using an earlier version of Mac OS X Snow Leopard, update your operating system first to the latest version of Mac OS X Snow Leopard, which is 10.6.8, before downloading OS X El Capitan from the Mac App Store.

For Mac users with Mac OS X Leopard who wish to upgrade to OS X El Capitan, you have to upgrade first to Mac OS X Snow Leopard. You can purchase it from Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard for $19.99.

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