Difference between revisions of "Installing Media Center (Native version) on OSX/Apple"

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* '''Media Center works on MacOS from version 10.9.5 (limited support) to the current version 12.2'''
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* '''Media Center works on MacOS from version 10.9.5 (limited support) to the current version 12.6'''
 
* Download the Media Center .dmg file. Double click on it. When it's finished verifying you will see a folder with the Media Center icon and a picture of the Mac Applications folder. Drag the Media Center icon into the Applications folder. When that's finished you start Media Center by clicking on it in your Applications folder. Once it's running you can right click on it and do the "keep in dock" function.
 
* Download the Media Center .dmg file. Double click on it. When it's finished verifying you will see a folder with the Media Center icon and a picture of the Mac Applications folder. Drag the Media Center icon into the Applications folder. When that's finished you start Media Center by clicking on it in your Applications folder. Once it's running you can right click on it and do the "keep in dock" function.
  
 
More details here:
 
More details here:
 
[https://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/Mac_Installation_%26_Removal]
 
[https://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/Mac_Installation_%26_Removal]

Latest revision as of 08:24, 8 September 2022

  • Media Center works on MacOS from version 10.9.5 (limited support) to the current version 12.6
  • Download the Media Center .dmg file. Double click on it. When it's finished verifying you will see a folder with the Media Center icon and a picture of the Mac Applications folder. Drag the Media Center icon into the Applications folder. When that's finished you start Media Center by clicking on it in your Applications folder. Once it's running you can right click on it and do the "keep in dock" function.

More details here: [1]