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Mac Os Disk Image Download


How to Download Mac OS Disk Image Files


If you want to install Mac OS on your Mac or another computer, you might need to download a disk image file (.dmg) that contains the Mac OS installer. A disk image file is a file that contains the contents of a disk or a folder. You can use a disk image file to create a bootable installer for Mac OS, which allows you to install Mac OS on multiple computers without downloading the installer each time.


In this article, we will show you how to download Mac OS disk image files for different versions of Mac OS, and how to use them to create a bootable installer.


How to Download Mac OS Disk Image Files


The easiest way to download Mac OS disk image files is to use the App Store or your browser. However, this method might require more storage space to download and install the Mac OS upgrade. Also, some older versions of Mac OS might not be available in the App Store or your browser.


To download Mac OS disk image files using the App Store or your browser, follow these steps:


Click the link below for the version of Mac OS that you want to download. This will open the App Store page or the download page for that Mac OS.


In the App Store, click the Get button to begin downloading the Mac OS installer. If you are using your browser, click the Download button to download the disk image file.


After downloading to your Applications folder, the installer opens automatically. Follow the onscreen instructions to install Mac OS.


Here are the links for different versions of Mac OS:


Ventura 13


Monterey 12


Big Sur 11


Catalina 10.15


Mojave 10.14


High Sierra 10.13


Sierra 10.12


El Capitan 10.11


Yosemite 10.10


Mountain Lion 10.8


Lion 10.7


How to Create a Bootable Installer for Mac OS


If you want to create a bootable installer for Mac OS, you will need an external drive or secondary volume with at least 14GB of available storage, formatted as Mac OS Extended. You will also need Terminal, which is in the Utilities folder of your Applications folder.


To create a bootable installer for Mac OS, follow these steps:


Plug in the external drive or secondary volume that you're using for the bootable installer.


Open Terminal and type or paste one of the commands below into Terminal, then press Return to enter the command. Each command assumes that the installer is in your Applications folder, and MyVolume is the name of the external drive or secondary volume you're using. If the volume has a different name, replace MyVolume in the command with the name of your volume.


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