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You Can Download The New macOS, High Sierra, Right Now

Apple’s latest software update is finally coming down the pipes: macOS High Sierra is now available to download in the Mac App Store.
If you have a Mac from 2010 or later — and even some MacBooks and iMacs from late 2009 — your computer should be able to handle the High Sierra, so long as you have OS X 10.7.5 or later, 2GB of memory, and at least 8.8GB of available storage.
Apple previously announced that the OS would be ready for users today, and broke the news that it went live in a press release.
The new OS offers a slew of new features, like an update to the new Apple Files System, better graphics and VR support, HEVC video, autoplay blocking, and security-minded Intelligent Tracking Prevention on Safari, and overhauled photo editing features.
There’s no cost to upgrade, so users can head to the App Store on their computers and get the new features for free starting now. If you’re curious about exactly what the High Sierra update will give you, you can check out a full list of its features on Apple’s site.

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