Do you need a Mac OS X Yosemite Download for your older or unsupported mac? Well, you have come to the right place. I will be uploading different versions over the coming weeks on Just Apple Stuff. I had a lot of trouble when I was looking for my older 2006 Macbook.

Watch the Mac OS X Yosemite launch video here:

Download Mac OS X Yosemite from our server

Where to download Yosemite without an Apple ID? We uploaded Mac OS X 10.10 to our server for high downloading speed.

Mac OS X Yosemite Download:

File Type: .DMG

File Size: 5.33GB

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Yosemite Torrent Download: Download

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Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10 is another product in Apple’s line of Mac OS X. Apple, in its line of amazing Mac OX titles, launched the Mac OS Yosemite 10.10 which took the world by storm. It’s new improved features allow even greater synchronization between iPhones and Macs when using the Internet.

It includes a Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 integration and introduction of FaceTime on computers. The users can make telephone calls directly from Mac through a local network connection.

How to Download Apple Mac OSX 10.10 Yosemite?

You can get the Mac OS X Yosemite Download directly from our site. Apple Mac OSX 10.10 Yosemite, the user doesn’t need to have the previous version. Secondly, a lot of the Mac applications will require updates as well. Mac OS X obviously is the supporting operating system.

There are different ways to download Mac OSX 10.10 Yosemite on different computer brands. We’ve compiled the steps for a Mac as well for Windows.

Downloading Apple Mac OSX 10.10 Yosemite from Apple Store

The users can still find Mac OS X Yosemite Download here and its available for free download.

After the completion of the download, the OZX Yosemite Installer will appear on “/Applications”. If the user wants to get nstallESD.DMG’, then they can follow the below steps.

  1. Go to “Application”.
  2. Click on “OS X Yosemite”.
  3. Click on the “Show Package Contents” option.

Download Apple Mac OSX 10.10 Yosemite on a Windows PC

The user will need to download the following Mac OS X Yosemite Download, UniBeast, and Multibeast. Also, id required then DSDT. The need for an account on tonymacx86 is needed before downloading the above files, excluding Yosemite. For those who don’t, they can make theirs by registering themselves here: http://www.tonymacx86.com/register.php. Remember, the files need to be unzipped as well.

Create A Bootable Yosemite USB

Step 1: The user will need to download OSX Yosemite from the link is given above in the article.

Step 2: The user will need to make a USB Drive that is bootable. To get that, the following needs to be done.

  1. Insert a high memory USB Drive. Go to Open>Applications>Utilities>Disk Utility. Choose your USB option here.
  2. Click on “Current” and select “1Partition”, on the Partition Tab on your computer.
  3. Click on Options>Master Boot Record.
  4. Fill in the following information under each field.
    • Name: USB
    • Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
  5. Click on Apply>Partition.
  6. From your desktop, open “UniBeast”. Keep clicking on “Continue” three times and then click on “Agree”.
  7. Select USB>Continue, at Destination Select.
  8. On the “Select OS Installation” option, choose “Yosemite”. Click on “Continue”.
  9. Choose “Laptop Support” if using a laptop or “Legacy USB Support” if using a 5 or 6 Series System. Click on “Continue”.
  10. Click on “Install” after entering the password.
  11. A bootable USB drive will be created by UniBeast. After completion, add your MultiBeast folder to the USB drive.

Step 3: The user will then need to boot in the USB Drive after the above steps.

  1. After turning on the computer, the user will need to choose the boot device (F8 or F12 key).
  2. Click on “USB-HDD”. At the Chimera Boot Screen, click on USB>Enter.

Step 4: Here, the user will need to install Mac OSX 10.10 Yosemite. After getting to the Installer, follow the steps below.

  1. On the top menu bar, select Utilities>Disk Utility. Then choose your target hard drive for the installation.
  2. Click on Partition>Current>1 Partition>Options>GUID Partition Method.
  3. Fill in the following information in the respective fields.
    • Name: Yosemite
    • Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
  4. Click on “Apply”.
  5. Click on “Partition”. Close “Disk Utility”.
  6. You’ll be asked the location to install. Choose “OSX”. (or, your previous install if you’re upgrading)
  7. At the Chimera Boot Screen, choose your new “OSX” installation. Follow by complete the entire process.

Step 5: Lastly, the user will need to finalize the installation with MultiBeast as per the needed options.

3 Replies to “Apple Mac OS X Yosemite Download 10.10: Get It Here!”

  1. Just Apple Stuff Team, thank you very much for your post and detailed instructions. I have only recently experienced a very critical event where I thought I would help someone with their MacBook Pro. They received the laptop as a gift when the previous owner had purchased a newer model. The laptop was nearly clear of all profile information but I believe there was still some remaining profile information such as their iCloud account information and potentially the device being one of the five authenticated devices.

    I watched a YouTube video or two describing the marvelous “Wipe Clean” process if one chooses to gift/sell their device to a new owner and was amazed. Once I had gone through the process, I was rudely awakened to the fact that a 2011 MacBook Pro cannot recover over the internet – and the Command+R option did not appear to work. The device was essentially bricked without an OS.

    The remainder of the day was spent scrambling to recover the OS since the owner did not have any other device for use. I managed to get a DMG but every effort to extract the InstallMacOS.app from the DMG (which had a PKG file which would not successfully extract for me) failed. Countless hours were spent attempting every video and article I watched as the day quickly ticked by.

    Finally I found that you had provided the media and I needed only combine it with one other article to make it work for me. (Disk Drill is what created my bootable USB drive to recover the OS)

    If you were to add that as an option in your article it would be a supreme “One Stop Shop” solution to your existing article. Additionally, I would also place a “For Your Information” note to any who are doing this for the first time.

    “The installation process is SLOW! Be patient and do not reboot your device!”

    In my case, I was in the process of the reinstall and believed the process had become frozen. This was even after reviewing the log and noting that no updated had occurred for over 10 minutes. (It was indicating 15 Minutes Remaining for over 10 minutes!) The MacBook Pro happens to have 4GB of RAM and likely a spinning HDD – which combined with the with the downloading of additional software over WiFi was making the process appear hung. Having a warning / notice in your article would instill the patience in your readers to have faith their installation is actually still running! 🙂

    Again, thank you very much for your article and for the media. It had been a life saver!

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