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.
For some users there are good reasons for this, maybe lingering on outdated OS X versions like Snow Leopard because of compatibility issues with a specific app, or because they just really like it.
They are always reminding you that your applications and drivers are out of date.
It always seems like they rear their ugly reminders right when you’re in the middle of something important.
Follow these steps to update the i Pad system software: If you’re having problems with your i Pad, it’s possible to use the Update feature to restore the current version of the software on it as a possible fix.
Follow the steps above, and then click the Restore button instead of the Update button in Step 6.
Note: To install or upgrade other versions of OS X, see How do I install OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)? You may have to reinstall some applications, however.
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Thankfully, modern OS’s have made this practice a thing of the past – with quick bars and keyboard shortcuts.