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answered Where does OS X keep the FileVault password during reboots in an upgrade?
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comment Can I get a 'modern' browser for Mac OS X (10.7.5) without upgrading to OS X El Capitan?
You should really upgrade to 10.11, although 10.10 would do. Then you can either use Chrome or Safari, since you'll have an up-to-date version of Safari. Macs are not suitable computers for people who want to keep the same OS version for years, since each OS X release only stays in support for about three years after it is released.
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answered Can I get a 'modern' browser for Mac OS X (10.7.5) without upgrading to OS X El Capitan?
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comment Should I upgrade Mac OS 10.6.8 to El Capitan on Macbook Air 2010?
Time Machine, either to a Time Capsule or to an external drive.
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comment Should I upgrade Mac OS 10.6.8 to El Capitan on Macbook Air 2010?
I updated, but I updated through every version on the way. If I was going straight from 10.6 to 10.11, I think I would do a clean install.
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answered Should I upgrade Mac OS 10.6.8 to El Capitan on Macbook Air 2010?
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comment iBooks Migrate Mavericks to El Capitain
Get or borrow a cheap USB drive enclosure and you can mount that drive on the new MacBook and use Migration Assistant.
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comment iBooks Migrate Mavericks to El Capitain
You'd better tell us why you can't use Time Machine or Migration Assistant, because whatever is preventing you from using them might also prevent other proposed solutions from working.
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comment “This certificate was signed by an untrusted issuer”: what's causing such an error?
@DeClarke There's no such thing as a "fully patched" Lion installation. Apple stopped patching newly discovered Lion vulnerabilities years ago. If you're at all concerned about security, you need to upgrade to Yosemite or El Capitan, upgrading your hardware if necessary.
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comment Snow Leopard OS X Partition (El Capitan)
@CajunLuke That post is over a year old, and I believe it is outdated. I don't think Apple are selling Snow Leopard Server any more.
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