“Apple recently circulated its second pre-release ‘Golden Master’ build of OS X Yosemite among developers, signalling introduction of the new Mac software is close,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “If you’ve not been using the public beta, what can you do today to get your Mac ready for the new OS?”
“This may also be a good point to buy your Mac some extra RAM,” Evans writes. “If your Mac is compatible then you should run Software Update to ensure your current system is up-to-date before you install the new OS. It makes sense to check the Mac App Store to ensure you have the latest versions of your apps installed. This is also an excellent time to go through your apps and check your larger files — do you still use them? Spring clean your Mac to maximize available space as you prepare for the new OS.”
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