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Notes: Many readers have responded in the comments with their personal experiences from OS X Lion, Mountain Lion, and OS X Mavericks.

If you’re on the fence about upgrading, it’s worth a read to see some of the additional pros and cons of updating to Mavericks.

This article is aimed at the procrastinators (and there’s a surprisingly large amount of them – nearly 17% of Mac users are on Lion and another 20% on Mountain Lion), particularly individuals with Macs still running OS X Lion, in any version from 10.7 through 10.7.5. OS X Mavericks is free from the App Store and simple to install.

The entire process is usually completed in an hour or so for a simple upgrade, or you can clean install if that’s your preference too.

Not sure if this is intentional but so far I haven’t heard of any issues with this approach.

If you have Mac OS X 10.8 or higher then you might get a message saying that Kodi "can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer".

Between the crashes, the crazy unpredictable auto-saving behavior, the aggressive file locking and forced file duplication, and the removal of simple yet core functionality and features like Save As, many Lion users were annoyed to say the least. All of those issues were mostly fixed with OS X Mountain Lion, and has been reiterated on further with OS X Mavericks.

OS X Yosemite follows the tradition of providing an easy upgrade install as the default installation method.

To put it simply, if your Mac can run OS X Mavericks, it should have no difficulty with OS X Yosemite.

You can find a detailed list of which Macs will be supported in the guide: OS X Yosemite Minimum Requirements Once you're sure that your Mac meets the minimum requirements, you're almost ready to proceed, but there are still a few more steps to go through to ensure that your expectations will be met by Yosemite.

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