Mac OS is a computer operating system developed by Apple Inc. to run the Computer’s MacIntosh line of personal computers and workstations.
Introduced in 1984, it was initially named Mac OS X (until 2012), and then OS X (until 2016). From 2007, the company unveiled various mobile devices that could access the Internet, including the iPhone and the iPad, emphasizing the ability of OS X to connect with them.
Then, the classic Mac OS began to replace these names, with countless versions released periodically.
To find out yours, from the Apple menu, in the corner of your screen, choose About this Mac. You should see the Mac OS name there, followed by its version number.
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For more information and easy-to-apply workarounds, see the following Mac Troubleshooting Hub.