He has Mac OS X version When we tried to upgrade it the OS reported that there are no updates available. We googled around to find alternative ways of upgrading the system - different clicking paths all leading to the same system update program - but with same outcome.
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Finally we tried to download it but we could not find the The system does not allow to upgrade to any version higher than I'm not able to check it now, but I remember for sure that the computer was bought around , and it is one of these two 1 , 2 , which should mean that it can be upgraded even up to Maverick. Upgrade is a major version change. In your friend's case You can buy the DVD from Apple or perhaps used. From there, if the machine meets the requirements for From there, all upgrades come electronically from Apple.
Again, if the hardware is compatible, you can jump to Mavericks to free though unlikely for most Apple also sells Lion and Mountain Lion from the web store if you need an upgrade that isn't the latest and greatest.
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Your first practical step is to go to Apple. Because you have OS X Since Thus, you must have what Wikipedia calls an Aluminum iMac [see 2nd link in your question]. I have a MacBook Pro June running Also, keep in mind that basically all previous versions to Office might bring you trouble. I intend to upgrade for that reason to Thank you for your interest in this question.
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Upgrade from Leopard The situation is this one: This reading brought me to another solution: Is solution 2 legal? Note The linked article hit my questions' topics but I did not deeply understand nor the configuration of the Apple ID on the fresh installed El Capitan nor the legal aspects of the solution. That said, what your asking is doable. Note that when I say own a copy I actually means having paid for a license to use Mac OS X either by the purchase thereof ,e.
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We posted within one minute of each other. Do you agree that if he calls the Apple store and asks to bring in his iMac and they say that's fine that they will install El Cap, that his other solution is OK? JoeTaxpayer JoeTaxpayer 2 11 So you must not have been talking to a genius!
Yes, some sites say Office is OK on Yosemite and even El Capitan but other users stress there are indeed issues, especially in excel - and Word starting with Maverick.