For individual operating system tips of affected operating systems, see the tips in these links:,,,,,, and 10.6.8 and earlier users wanting to upgrade need to read this tip in its entirety. Systems discussed on this tip include: 10.5 Leopard, 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.7 Lion, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.10 Yosemite, 10.11 El Capitan, 10.12 Sierra, and 10.13 High Sierra. Their code names will be referred to when the info apply to all versions of those systems As of last writing of this tip, the only available upgrades to 10.6.6 are 10.6.7, 10.6.8,, and you can take 10.7 up to,, and followed. The only available upgrades to 10.6.8 are, and, 10.7.5 users can go up to or via 10.11 then upgrade to 10.13. 10.8 users and higher can go to (is still available as of 9/30/2018) 10.11 users and higher can go to While you may need 10.7.5 to upgrade to Sierra, and 10.8 to High Sierra, a, may be updated to 10.7, then 10.7.5 to get to Sierra, or 10.8 to High Sierra.
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This tip below discusses how to upgrade from 10.4.4 through 10.6.8 to 10.7 or later. 10.8 can be taken up to 10.8.5. 10.9, and 10.10 are not available anymore from the App Store unless you previously purchased it or your Mac shipped with it, however their free updates are still available. 10.9 can be taken to 10.9.5, 10.10 to 10.10.5, and 10.11 to 10.11.6., but not without following the guidelines below to assure compatibility. Progress bar app. If you find you are compatible only with those operating systems, you may be able to discuss with App Store or AppleCare to get those available for you. First though continue reading this tip as you may not be able to get past 10.6.8 without jumping through many hoops. Note if you update to 10.11, iPhoto and certain printer and scanner drivers may no longer be available.
Rosetta, the application you never knew you had, is gone starting with Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan, and Sierra all lack it). It is not in any shape or form related to the language translation teaching tool by the same name. It is the background program that lets Intel Macs run applications written for Mac OS X at a time when PowerPC Macs were the only thing around (before 2006). It is no longer there to enable their ability to run when you upgrade to the newer systems. It also means that programs with older installer programs may need updating as well, so verify the system requirements do not lack Mac OS X 10.7 or later, or drag their installer program into the Applications folder to verify they aren't for PowerPC only. You'll see later how to determine that with the System Profiler program. Go to Apple menu -> About This Mac to determine exactly what you have.