There are times when you may not want to use the App Store or the recovery mode to install macOS 10.13 High Sierra on your Mac. So Apple gives you the option of creating a bootable USB drive. You can use it anytime and anywhere to quickly get the operating system running on any compatible Mac. An Internet connection is not even required as everything you need is already on the drive.
Apple has released mac OS High Sierra 10.13 to the world yesterday. In this simple and easy to understand tutorial, you will be able to create mac OS High Sierra 10.13 USB Bootable Disk. Mac users can now download and install mac OS High Sierra 10.13 in iMac, Macbook Pro, Mac mini and Macbook 12 inch laptop as well.
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Creating a bootable macOS 10.13 High Sierra USB drive is very easy. All you need is a Mac, as the tools provided for the process are only available on OS X and macOS, and a USB drive with a capacity of 8GB or more.
I will also explain how to use a dedicated third-party tool, in case you decide that this option suits you better. See Also: • • • But first you have to download the setup file from App Store. Use to take you right to its landing page, or search for it manually in the App Store app. After the download is complete, Install macOS High Sierra will be available in your Applications folder. A setup wizard should have appeared by now -- you can close it. Also, you should backup the contents of the USB drive that you are using for the process, as everything that is stored on it will be removed.
And, of course, make sure that you read the instructions carefully before starting. Apple's Way, All the Way Apple offers a dedicated tool in OS X and macOS specifically for the purpose of creating a bootable USB drive. Unlike most tools that ship with the OS, it is not accessible directly from Launchpad. However, it can be accessed through Terminal, which you will have to open for this part of the process. Here is what you need to do: • Connect the USB drive to your Mac • Using Disk Utility (it is typically found in the Other folder, under Launchpad), format the USB drive as Mac OS Extended (Journaled), using the GUID Partition Mac scheme, and name it macOSHighSierra.