How to install macOS Catalina on your Mac

How to install macOS Catalina on your Mac

For a brief overview of the features of different versions of the Mac operating system, see the video above that shows how this has evolved over time. If you have been wanting to know the name and the internally used codename assigned to Macs X for years, read on.

How to install macOS Catalina on your Mac

MacX debuted about 20 years ago in September 2000. That year. With the advent of this, we will have the 20th anniversary of the Mac operating system. There are many hopes for the version of, but it is in the future. In this article, we are interested in the history of Mac OS X, or macOS as it is now known.

List of macOS versions

Here’s a brief overview of each version of macOS and Mac OS X Apple. You will find a complete list of OS X version code names, along with internal code names (if available):

  • OS X 10 beta: Kodiak – 13 September 2000

  • OS X 10.0: Cheetah – 24 March 2001

  • OS X 10.1: Puma – 25 September 2001

  • OS X 10.2: Jaguar – 24 August 2002

  • OS X 10.3 Panther (Pinot) – 24 October 2003

  • OS X 10.4 Tiger (Merlot) – 29 April 2005

  • [OS X 10.4.4 Tiger (Chardonnay)]

  • OS X 10.5 Leopard (Chablis) – 26 October 2007

  • OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard – 28 August 2009

  • OS X 10.7 Lion (Barolo) – 20 July 2011

  • OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion (Zinfandel) – 25 July 2012

  • OS X 10.9 Mavericks (Cabernet) – 22 October 2013

  • OS X 10.10: Yosemite (Syrah) – 16 October 2014

  • OS X 10.11: El Capitan (Gala) – 30 September 2015

  • macOS 10.12: Sierra (Fuji) – 20 September 2016

  • macOS 10.13: High Sierra (Lobo) – 25 September 2017

  • macOS 10.14: Mojave (Liberty) – 24 September 2018

 

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