Download macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 with New Features and Fixes [Changelog Included]


You can now download macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 final version for your Mac. Here's how you can download and install it right away.

macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 with Messages in iCloud & More Now Available for Everyone

Mac users can now rejoice as a brand new software is now available for them. Dubbed version 10.13.4, the new High Sierra iteration includes quite a few bug fixes, performance fixes as well as new features, including Business Chat in iMessage. Should you download it? Most definitely. What are the complete set of changes in this build? Check out the changelog screenshot below, which comes straight from the Mac App Store.

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macOS High Sierra 10.13.4

How to Update Right Now

Speaking of the Mac App Store, that's the place where you can download this new update over the air, absolutely free. Just make sure your Mac is plugged in to a power source, connected to WiFi and your work all saved in a safe location. Once that is out of the way, launch the Mac App Store, click on the Updates tab at the top and then you'll see the new update appear in a matter of seconds. Once it does, click on the 'Update' button and the download process will begin immediately. Since you will be required to restart your Mac therefore it's best that you take this time to reflect upon your life leading up to this day while you prepare a nice cup of coffee.

Here's the direct download link of the update which leads straight to the Mac App Store:

Clean Install macOS High Sierra 10.3.4

You can take the clean install route as well if you wish. Remember one thing though: you will lose your files, therefore back everything up to either iCloud or to an external storage medium. Once that is done, check out the guides below:

Take the clean install route only if you are facing a lot of problems with your current installation of macOS. If everything is running smoothly then installing the update over the air is absolutely fine. You will see some performance related differences if your Mac is very, very old and hasn't seen a fresh install in quite some time.

Given that we are far away from WWDC 2018, therefore it's safe to say that we will see quite a few updates to macOS High Sierra. Just make sure that you are ready to install them as they arrive. After all, you do want your Mac to function to the top of its capabilities, don't you?