Do you want to use macOS X recovery feature or want to know what is OS X Recovery function is? What it can do and How it is going to help me? Then your ship is landed on the right island.
What things you are going to learn about OS X Recovery.
- When this option first appear.
- What are the features of Recovery
- How to open Recovery Option
- What things we can do with OS X Recovery.
let’s start the guide.
History of OS X Recovery
Mac OS X Recovery is the best features that Apple company included in all OS X. This amazing feature first release in Snow Leopard (10.6.x) and after that, it is included all of the OS X and still the Recovery option available in macOS Sierra.
Features of OS X Recovery
This lovely option has 4 most important features such as:
- Restore From Time Machine Backup
- Reinstall OS X
- Get Help Online
- Disk Utility
Restore From Time Machine Backup
This feature does help to restore the Backup from Time Machine, If already exists (Backup).
Reinstall OS X
This is the best feature of recovery. With the help of this feature, you can reinstall your whole macOS.
Get Help Online
It will open the website of Apple. When you will find the articles for that your problem and if the solution is not available in the previous article posts, then there you will get the options to get in touch with Apple Support team.
This is the awesome option that does repair delete or creates your Hard Disk.
OS X Recovery System
To start your computer from Recovery, restart your Mac and hold down the Command and R keys at startup.
Hold these keys until the Apple logo appears. After your computer finishes starting up, you should see a desktop with an OS X menu bar and an OS X Utilities window with the options listed above. If you see a login window or your own desktop instead of the Utility window, it’s possible that you didn’t press Command-R early enough. Restart your computer and try again.
An advantage: If you want to install Mac OS X, Use the reinstall option in recovery that will help you to install OS X quickly than clean installing with USB or with CD that will take much time compare to Hard Disk or SSD
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