Updating operating system
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Your device is set to automatically check for updates every day, week or month, but you can manually check at any time.
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But then there are other users who have already made the leap beyond Snow Leopard, and are sitting on OS X Lion or OS X Mountain Lion, procrastinating and putting off the OS X Mavericks update for no good reason.
This article is aimed at the procrastinators (and there’s a surprisingly large amount of them – nearly 17% of Mac users are on Lion and another 20% on Mountain Lion), particularly individuals with Macs still running OS X Lion, in any version from 10.7 through 10.7.5. OS X Mavericks is free from the App Store and simple to install.
If you bought your device from the Google Store, updates will typically reach your device within 2 weeks.
If you bought your device elsewhere, updates can take longer.It’s fairly common for computer users to delay updating to major operating system releases, and though Mac owners tend to be a bit better at upgrading than Windows users, many are still running old versions of OS X.