OS X Yosemite is almost here, and if you hadn’t heard, the requirements will be the same as they were for Apple’s OS X Mavericks. We’ll cover all the system requirements in this article, but let’s first start with disk space. Now, in terms of space, you’ll need at least 8 GB of free disk space. To check how much disk space you have, check out the section below.
How to Check Free Disk Space on Your Mac
- Click the Apple icon at the top left of your screen.
- Select “About This Mac.”
- Underneath “Memory,” click on “More info…”
- In the new window, select “Storage.”
- Above the multi-colored bar you will find the phrase, “XX.XX GB free out of XX.XX GB.”
Again, if you have more than 8 GB of free space on your Mac, you can upgrade to OS X Yosemite. If you’re running a little low, check out CleanMyMac - it’ll help you clean up gigabytes of disk space.
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