Apple’s desktop operating system comes in many colors and flavors – representing tons of useful features and perks. Basically, macOS is the identity of Macintosh. Each of its new releases brought Mac users valuable enhancements and new apps.
With Lion, we started keeping our photos and videos in iCloud. Yosemite came with a completely renewed design. And Mojave made many of us love the darkness.
If you miss the old good times with previous macOS versions or some of your software isn’t compatible with the current operating system, you can learn how to install any of them from Setapp infographic on “The Evolution of Mac OS Versions”.
We looked at how macOS evolved over the years, from UNIX-known Cheetah in 2001 to the dark interface of Mojave. With the major improvements and milestones collected, we’ve illustrated the changes in the infographic.
And it turned out to be pretty cute.
Infographic Source: https://setapp.com/how-to/download-and-install-old-mac-os-versions