can I still update to Mojave? Instead of Catalina?

SumacFire

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Is it possible to update to OS Mojave now, instead of the new Catalina? It would be updating from macOS Sierra 10.12.6. Just found out that my Quickbook program 2016 will not run on the new Catalina.

Yes, I know, I"m way behind on updating my OS. Haven't wanted to give up some the features on my current system. Any help on how to do this is much appreciated.
 

StellarVixen

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Yes, you can! You have to download standalone installer and run it.
 
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Plutonius

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I'm in the process of updating from High Sierra to Mojave.

I have no interest in ever updating to Catalina until I end up getting a new computer.
 

Fishrrman

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A tip to anyone reading this far:
I suggest that you visit the app store and download a copy of the Mojave installer TODAY.
You don't have to "run it" (just quit it when the installer opens).
Then... MOVE the Mojave installer from the Applications folder to somewhere else -- preferably an external drive that you keep archived files on.
Do this, and you will have an archived copy of the installer for the future.
 
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