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fix: Update macOS name and update process

📝 Update 'Mac OS X' to 'macOS' in documentation
📝 Update System and third-party software update process for macOS Mojave
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jordanleven authored and catheraaine committed Jun 21, 2019
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@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ great good.
* :non-potable_water: `:non-potable_water:` when plugging memory leaks
* :memo: `:memo:` when writing docs
* :penguin: `:penguin:` when fixing something on Linux
* :apple: `:apple:` when fixing something on Mac OS
* :apple: `:apple:` when fixing something on macOS
* :checkered_flag: `:checkered_flag:` when fixing something on Windows
* :bug: `:bug:` when fixing a bug
* :fire: `:fire:` when removing code or files
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@

Use the [Apple provided command line utility][apple-cli] to create a bootable drive. Use that drive to boot up the old Mac by holding down `OPT` during a restart. Once you've booted off the external drive, select Disk Utility and erase the internal Mac drive.

After that re-install the current and latest Mac OS X.
After that re-install the current and latest macOS.

## Laptop Script

@@ -12,11 +12,19 @@ The message _No updates are available._ will print at the end.

## Capturing Status from the App Store

You can check for updates from the App Store. From the Apple menu ()
click on `App Store`, followed by `Updates` on the top row. You should see the
message _No Updates Available_.
You can check for non-system updates from the App Store. From the Apple menu ()
click on `App Store`, followed by `Updates` on the sidebar. You should not see any
available updates.

![MacOS Updates in App Store](mac-updates.png)
![macOS Updates in the App Store](macos-updates-mas.png)

## Capturing Status from System Preferences

You can check for system updates from System Preferences. From the Apple menu ()
click on `System Preferences`, followed by `Software Update`. You should see a
message that includes _Your Mac is up to date_.

![MacOS Updates in System Preferences](macos-updates-system.png)

## Installing Updates on the Command Line

@@ -27,6 +35,12 @@ To install recommended updates with progress indication run:

## Installing Updates from the App Store

You can install updates from the App Store. From the Apple menu () click on
`App Store`, followed by `Updates` on the top row. You can install individual
You can install non-system updates from the App Store. From the Apple menu ()
click on `App Store`, followed by `Updates` on the sidebar. You can install individual
updates by clicking `Install` or install all updates by clicking `Install All`.

## Installing Updates from System Preferences

You can install system updates from from System Preferences. From the Apple
menu () click on `System Preferences`, followed by `Software Update`. If any
updates are available, click the Update Now button to install them.
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