- Viewing my log chronologically, I see a total of 15 updates since May 1st, all but one of them successful - the first try at IE 5.1.1 failed for some reason. I'd been browsing the /Library/Receipts folder to find this information, and all this time it was a simple button-press away. Sometimes, it seems I overlook the obvious in search of the.
- On your computer, open Chrome. At the top right, look at More.; If an update is pending, the icon will be coloured: Green: An update was released less than 2 days ago.; Orange: An update was released about 4 days ago.; Red: An update was released at least a week ago.
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The App Store only shows updates for the OS you are using at the moment, in your case Yosemite 10.10.5.
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If you want to go to another newer OS that is called an upgrade. This can be done through the App Store using the following link.
High Sierra is the last/ newest OS your Mac can use. Scroll down to Section 4 and click on Get macOS High Sierra.
The Installed Software screen will show the name of all the applications, and their updates, and when they been installed on your Mac. When scrolling through the list of software, you may notice.
Make a full back up of your Mac before upgrading.
Check to see with the developers of any third party apps you use that there are updates available so they will continue to work in the new OS. Another thing you need to check is if any printers/ scanners etc you use have updated drivers and software so they too can continue to function in the new OS.
Feb 3, 2019 11:15 PM
|Click here to return to the 'View your system update history' hint|
Where To Find The History Of Software Updates On Mac Computer
I tried this hint expecting to see all installed 'programs' (quoted because I don't know what else to call these bits and pieces), but it only shows software updates. This isn't surprising on reflection, but the reference to /Library/Receipts led me to think that everything would show up.
Still a useful hint, one just has to realize the difference. For example, one of my receipts is for 'DevTools.pkg' which to me seems like a system update/modification.
Which brings up a bigger question. Do you have a repository of hints on where everything is in OS X? Receipts being one, Explorer Favorites, caches, start-ups at launch being others. As a start, the things we were used to in OS 9, and then all the others that we may want to check or delete. Also, which ones can be deleted and with what consequences (from 'will be rebuilt at boot or launch, ' lose history, but app will function fine, to 'what the @!#$%^&* have I done to my computer? Help!')
There is no 'Logs' button in Mac OS 10.7. Click the 'Installed Software' tab instead. Note that, by default, they're sorted by date.
Anyhow, still a great tip!
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'Click the 'Installed Software' tab instead. '
Not in 10.8.2 (8-(#
I am still searching!
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Found it under 'System Information => Installations'.
Quick load is open the 'Apple' icon dropdown, press alt, and 'About This Mac' becomes 'System Information'.