Reinstall OS X on Mac using Recovery

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I have a Mac and I want to reinstall OS X on it. What are the requirements that I need to meet to be able to accomplish this? If I use the Recovery system stored on my startup disk to reinstall, does it install the most recent version of OS X? After reinstalling OS X, can I download iPhoto, iMovie and Garageband from the App store?

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Reinstall OS X on Mac using Recovery

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Hello,

If you use the Recovery system option, it installs the last version of OS X that you were using before reinstall.

You can download all your app ( iPhoto and … ) from the App store after reinstalling your OS X.

You need to be connected to the internet before reinstall the OS X.

 Apple menu > Restart > When the gray screen appears, hold down the Command (⌘) and R keys > Select Reinstall OS X, and then click Continue. > Follow the instructions. > click Install.

To download any apps from your recovered Mac, launch the App Store and select the Purchases tab. Then, click the Install button next to any app you wish to download and restore.

To download your apps from your recovered Mac;

 Launch the App store > Select “Purchases” > Choose your app and click the “Install”

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