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Occasionally, software updates require a system restart. If they do, instad of "Okay" in the above picture, you will see an option to "Install and restart." Select this option and your Mac will automatically log off the current user, install the updates and reboot the computer.  
 
Occasionally, software updates require a system restart. If they do, instad of "Okay" in the above picture, you will see an option to "Install and restart." Select this option and your Mac will automatically log off the current user, install the updates and reboot the computer.  
  
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'''Virus Barrier:'''
  
'''Virus Barrier:'''
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Click on the NetUpdate icon, or open Applications and choose "NetUpdate"
  
Click on the NetUpdate icon, or open Applications and choose "NetUpdate"
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[[Image:AV UD.jpg]]
  
[[Image:AV_UD.jpg]]
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A window will open that looks like the following:  
  
A window will open that looks like the following:
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[[Image:AV UD Avail.jpg]]
  
[[Image:AV_UD_Avail.jpg]]
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Select "OK" Then "Update"
  
Select "OK" Then "Update"
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[[Image:AV UD Avail 2.jpg]]
  
[[Image:AV_UD_Avail_2.jpg]]
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While the updated software is installing, you will see the following window:
  
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[[Image:AV UD Installing.jpg]]
  
While the updated software is installing, you will see the following window:
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Once the updated files have completed installing, a window will notify you. Select "OK"
  
[[Image:AV_UD_Installing.jpg]]
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[[Image:AV UD Complete.jpg]]  
  
Once the updated files have completed installing, a window will notify you. Select "OK"
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You will then be prompted to reboot your Mac. Select "Restart" or, if you are done for the day, choose "Shut Down" (it's okay if it doesn't. Some updates don't require a reboot.&nbsp;Your Mac will tell you what it needs to do)
  
[[Image:AV_UD_Complete.jpg]]
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[[Image:AV UD Restart.jpg]]  
  
You will then be prompted to reboot your Mac. Select "Restart" or, if you are done for the day, choose "Shut Down" (it's okay if it doesn't. Some updates don't require a reboot.&nbsp;Your Mac will tell you what it needs to do)
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[[Image:AV_UD_Restart.jpg]]
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'''Microsoft office Updates:'''
  
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Open "Applications" and choose "Microsoft Auto Update"
  
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[[Image:MS Auto UD.jpg]]
  
'''Microsoft office Updates:'''
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The following window will appear:<br>[[Image:MS UD Check.jpg]]
  
Open "Applications" and choose "Microsoft Auto Update"
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[[Image:MS_Auto_UD.jpg]]
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Select "Install"
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[[Image:MS Select UD.jpg]]
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The following windows will appear. Navigate through them
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Click "Continue"
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[[Image:MS UD Continue 1.jpg]]
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Click "Continue" again
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[[Image:MS UD Continue 2.jpg]]
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Click "Agree" then "Install"
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[[Image:MS UD Install .jpg]]
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When installation is complete, click "Close"
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[[Image:MS UD Successful.jpg]]
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Microsoft AutoUpdate will then check again for newer software. If it finds any, repeat the process. If not, Microsoft AutoUpdate will display the following screen:
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[[Image:MS No UD Avail.jpg]]
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Click "OK"
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You may now close Microsoft AutoUpdate. Your software is up-to-date.
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Please keep in mind that any other software that you download/use needs updating as well. The easiest way to do this is to download the newest version and installing it.
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; You may do this by going to the providers website (i.e. to update Mozilla Firefox go to Mozilla.org and download the newest version of Firefox).
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; If you use a program on a regular basis, it is a good idea to check for new versions regularly.
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Latest revision as of 15:15, 8 June 2012

To update your Mac, please do the following:

Software Updates:

Click on the Apple icon in the top left corner of your screen and click on "Software Update..."

OS UD.jpg

A window will pop up and automatically check for updates

OS UD Checking.jpg

If updates are available, a window will pop up prompting you to install the selected updates; select "Install"

OS UD Avail.jpg

When the updates have been installed, you will see the following screen:

OS UD Successful.jpg

Occasionally, software updates require a system restart. If they do, instad of "Okay" in the above picture, you will see an option to "Install and restart." Select this option and your Mac will automatically log off the current user, install the updates and reboot the computer.


Virus Barrier:

Click on the NetUpdate icon, or open Applications and choose "NetUpdate"

AV UD.jpg

A window will open that looks like the following:

AV UD Avail.jpg

Select "OK" Then "Update"

AV UD Avail 2.jpg


While the updated software is installing, you will see the following window:

AV UD Installing.jpg

Once the updated files have completed installing, a window will notify you. Select "OK"

AV UD Complete.jpg

You will then be prompted to reboot your Mac. Select "Restart" or, if you are done for the day, choose "Shut Down" (it's okay if it doesn't. Some updates don't require a reboot. Your Mac will tell you what it needs to do)

AV UD Restart.jpg


Microsoft office Updates:

Open "Applications" and choose "Microsoft Auto Update"

MS Auto UD.jpg

The following window will appear:
MS UD Check.jpg


Select "Install"

MS Select UD.jpg


The following windows will appear. Navigate through them

Click "Continue"

MS UD Continue 1.jpg

Click "Continue" again

MS UD Continue 2.jpg

Click "Agree" then "Install"

MS UD Install .jpg

When installation is complete, click "Close"

MS UD Successful.jpg

Microsoft AutoUpdate will then check again for newer software. If it finds any, repeat the process. If not, Microsoft AutoUpdate will display the following screen:

MS No UD Avail.jpg

Click "OK"


You may now close Microsoft AutoUpdate. Your software is up-to-date.


Please keep in mind that any other software that you download/use needs updating as well. The easiest way to do this is to download the newest version and installing it.

        You may do this by going to the providers website (i.e. to update Mozilla Firefox go to Mozilla.org and download the newest version of Firefox).

        If you use a program on a regular basis, it is a good idea to check for new versions regularly.