Transferring Apps From One Mac To Another

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  1. Can You Transfer Applications From One Mac To Another
  • If you have an Apple Watch and you got a new iPhone, unpair your Apple Watch from your previous iPhone before you set up your new device. Unpairing automatically backs up your Apple Watch so you can restore it after you pair with a new iPhone.
  • Make sure that you have a backup of your device.
  • Have your Apple ID and password ready.
  • Transfer your SIM card. If your new device needs a different SIM card than what you have, or an eSIM, contact your carrier.

Mac apps are great in the sense that they are mostly portable—all you need to migrate an app is drag it from one computer to the other (with a few exceptions: bigger apps like Final Cut or Adobe.

Select a method

Quick Start: Use your iPhone or iPad that's already running iOS 11 or later to automatically set up a new device.

iCloud: Transfer your data and purchased content to your new device from your previous device's iCloud backup.

iTunes or Finder: Transfer your data and purchased content to your new device from a backup you made with iTunes or Finder.

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FromTransfer apps from one mac to another
You don't have to. All users can access applications in the Applications folder unless they were installed by another user via Drag and Drop or have been restricted in a managed account.
For the former just change the permissions on an inaccessible application:
1. Select the application. Press COMMAND-I to open the Get Info window. At the bottom is the pane for Ownership and Sharing.
2. The correct settings should be:
Owner=system with r/w privileges
Group=wheel with read-only privileges
Everyone is read-only

If the owner is a username then you need to change the permissions as follows.
3. Open the Terminal application in your Utilities folder. At the prompt enter:
sudo chown -R root:wheel
Put a space after 'wheel' then drag the icon of the application into the Terminal window. Press RETURN. Enter your admin password when prompted. It will not be echoed. Press RETURN again.

If you have more than one application whose permissions need to be changed then select all of them and drag them into the Terminal window instead of just the one.
For the latter if the other user account is a Standard or Managed account, then you have to assign what applications that user can access via Parental Controls preferences or change the account to an admin account.

Can You Transfer Applications From One Mac To Another

Mar 4, 2011 10:07 AM