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Personally I did not see any drop in speed when I updated.You presumably have your original disks of 10.6.x and I'm sure a person of your academic standing is undoubtedly running Time Machine as a small portion of your backup regimen.I've looked at this answer but I find that the CRL is already set to "off". Ideally, how can I upgrade this machine to Yosemite? I'm trying to install a free utility (Caffeine) and I get the same problem: the spinning cursor, but no actual progress.The slow Mac probably needs a back up and possible Disk Utility to repair the catalog structure.All of the 2010 models take 8GB of RAM which is what you should aim for before upgrading to 10.10.

It comes as an app and you can easily run it on the old mac to upgrade it. note that some Mac models do not support this upgrade such as power PCs..a full list of supported models, check here

I also regularly use my computer for online banking and now I am unsure if it is a good idea to do this and other such activities on an \u0022outdated\u0022 OS?

I am starting to wonder if there are any security implications that I need to be aware of? Most of the exploits for that system require you to help install the Trojan or such.

Do you think I need to upgrade to a newer version asap? Apple pretty much closed off the drive by downloaders so for something bad to happen you would have to help. Some web site asks you to install a viewer for their content. Bob Ok, so I will be the odd man out here and tell you to update that MBP.

There were three versions of the MBP that were issued in 2010 and all are good candidates for running Yosemite. Bear in mind that you are 4 major iterations of OS X behind and a lot has happened since the heady days of 10.6.8.

It comes as an app and you can easily run it on the old mac to upgrade it. note that some Mac models do not support this upgrade such as power PCs..a full list of supported models, check here

I also regularly use my computer for online banking and now I am unsure if it is a good idea to do this and other such activities on an \u0022outdated\u0022 OS?

I am starting to wonder if there are any security implications that I need to be aware of? Most of the exploits for that system require you to help install the Trojan or such.

Do you think I need to upgrade to a newer version asap? Apple pretty much closed off the drive by downloaders so for something bad to happen you would have to help. Some web site asks you to install a viewer for their content. Bob Ok, so I will be the odd man out here and tell you to update that MBP.

There were three versions of the MBP that were issued in 2010 and all are good candidates for running Yosemite. Bear in mind that you are 4 major iterations of OS X behind and a lot has happened since the heady days of 10.6.8.

I use the menu button shutdown and the screen goes blank, but the system does not fully shut down.