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macOS Mojavedon a new feature that lets you install and run macOS on your Mac.
With this new option, you can now install and boot from an SD card, without any other configuration, or even if you’re not running macOS.
And the process is pretty simple.
Install the Mac App Store, which lets you choose to download macOS from the Apple App Store or from an official macOS installer.
Then, install the macOS Mojaves package, which adds a special “Mojave” section in the Finder.
Then you can install the app on your MacBook or Mac Pro and it will boot to the Mojave desktop.
This means that the only reason you need to reinstall macOS to run the app is if you’ve forgotten the password or if you have a hardware issue.
The feature also lets you select the language of macOS, which you can select from the menu bar at the bottom of the screen.
If you’re using an older Mac Pro, the installer will skip over the language selection.
This will allow you to install the software on a Mac Pro without needing to restart it, although this is only available if you can’t use a Mac with a Mac Mini.
For Mac users who are still using the Mac Pro or the Mac Mini, the feature is available on MacOS Sierra, which runs macOS Sierra 10.12.4.