12/12/2018 at 11:56:31 PM GMT
I agree with Paul’s advice. I almost never upgrade an OS and I’ve been working this way for almost 30 years. Instead, I backup the system, wipe the drive, install the latest OS fresh, and then install the apps and settings I need. After you’ve done this a few times and are comfortable with the process it doesn’t take that long. I’m also convinced it takes less time then the slowdowns and troubleshooting spend on stuff like this.
12/17/2018 at 12:49:48 AM GMT
I tend to agree with Adam that you have gotten a good long ride with your 2011. I find that even older MacbookPros sell well on sites like NextDoor or for trade in on many sites online. That should provide a nice down payment on a new machine.