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If you don't have an older version of OSX in your purchase history, another option is to get it from an Apple retail store.
Just make an appointment with the Genius Bar, take your computer in (even mac pro/mini/imac), and they can connect an ethernet cable and install any version of OSX from their servers, at least as far back as 10.6.
The logic is, I assume that mac OS 10.10.5 is more stable that mac OS 10.10 when it was first released, so I would like to put a 10.10.5 upgrade on my plate of options if/when I have the time and patience to deal with.
I would like to avoid mac OS 10.11 (El Capitan) for a while if possible.
I assume those updates are only useful for someone already running 10.10 already, correct?
As soon as a new Mac OS is released, the previous one becomes unavailable.
These system requirements clarify that the "OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 Update" only works if you have 10.10.4 already installed, and that the "OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 Combo Update" only works if you have some previous version of Yosemite installed, i.e. Neither can be used to upgrade from Mavericks or any other earlier version of OSX.
Is my only option at this point to download a mac OS 10.10.5 installer from some non-Apple website somewhere or does Apple have any accommodations to allow end-users to download mac OS 10.10.5 from them in some way?
I see this OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 Update as well as this OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 Combo Update is available for download, but would any/either of those be useful to someone like me running mac OS 10.9.5 in any way?
will do, as you can still get the combo updater to 10.10.5 It's always wise to get a new OS download, even if you don't intend to install it right now - just so it's always in your history.
I have every OS back to Lion in my purchase history - good for if I ever need a disposable OS for testing etc.
Video Transcript: What if you have a Mac that is too old to run mac OS Mojave but you're not at the latest operating system that that Mac can run. If you have a recent Mac from the last few years you can probably update to Mojave and you've probably been bugged to do so. It has some general instructions and, most importantly, it has a link right here that will open up the Mac App Store to the page for mac OS High Sierra. So there are ways to upgrade to older versions than Mojave if your system can take them and if for some reason you haven't gotten around to upgrading all the way until now.