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Download macOS Catalina DMG

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Downloading macOS Catalina DMG file from Apple store sounds easy but the problem is here that they will not provide a complete file of macOS Catalina the rest of the file will be downloaded during the installation of Catalina. But here we will provide you a direct download link to macOS Catalina complete file is completely offline installer.

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The Catalina DMG file is about 6 GB and will be available for download as a single file from powerful cloud storage you will not face any issue during the download the Catalina DMG file.

Download macOS Catalina ISO

After Downloading macOS Catalina DMG file you need to convert that into ISO file in case if you need it for Virtual Machine or installing macOS Catalina from Bootable USB Flash Drive. To convert macOS Catalina from DMG to ISO file follow the below process which will help you to make the ISO file from DMG file.

  1. Create a DMG Disk Image
    hdiutil create -o /tmp/Catalina -size 7900m -volname Catalina -layout SPUD -fs HFS+J
  2. Mount it to your macOS
    hdiutil attach /tmp/Catalina.dmg -noverify -mountpoint /Volumes/Catalina
  3. Create macOS Catalina Installer
    sudo /Applications/Install macOS Catalina Beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia –volume /Volumes/Catalina –nointeraction
  4. Unmount Catalina Disk
    hdiutil detach /volumes/Install macOS Catalina Beta
  5. Convert the dmg file to an iso file
    hdiutil convert /tmp/Catalina.dmg -format UDTO -o ~/Desktop/Catalina.cdr
  6. Rename and Move to Desktop
    mv ~/Desktop/Catalina.cdr ~/Desktop/Catalina.iso

Download macOS Catalina VMDK

macOS Catalina VMDK file is designed for Virtual Machine, even that is VMware or VirtualBox. The VMDK file format is only supported in Virtual Machine. Mostly Windows users use this method to install macOS on a Virtual Machine as Windows users. Apple doesn’t Allow macOS Installation on any third-party software, that’s why windows users useful tips and tricks to install macOS on a virtual machine. followings are the complete tutorial on how to install macOS on a Virtual Machine using VMware or VirtualBox Virtualization Software.

Downgrade Catalina to Mojave

If you’ve installed macOS Catalina and run into problems with some of your apps, or you’ve just decided that you don’t like it as much as Mojave, the good news is that you can downgrade back to the previous version of macOS. The bad news is that it’s a lengthy process with several steps. Read on to find out how to do it.

1. Back up your Mac

You should have backed up your Mac before you upgraded to Catalina, as you should before you perform any major upgrade or make any significant change to your Mac. However, the files you’ve been working on since you upgraded won’t be up to date on that backup. So, you should copy those files to an external disk, or a cloud storage service like Dropbox or iCloud Drive so you can retrieve them easily when you downgrade. We’re going to completely erase your Mac’s startup disk, so it’s important to copy anything you need now.

  • Delete years worth of system junk
  • Find hidden apps and folders
  • Neutralize Mac-specific malware, like key loggers
  • Manage hung apps and heavy CPU consumers
  • Update all your software to the latest-supported versions

2. Save your passwords

When you downgrade mac OS Catalina, you’ll delete everything from your hard drive, including licence keys and settings. So, in addition to making sure you copy all the files that have changed since you last backed up, you should make a note of those. If you use a password manager that syncs with other devices and allows you to store licence codes and encrypted notes, you could use that. If not, any app that allows you to sync encrypted notes will do. Or you can use Apple’s Notes app. It’s also a good idea to take screen grabs of settings to make it easier to restore them later. Remember to copy the grabs to a cloud storage service or an external disk.

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3. Create a bootable installer of macOS Mojave

Note, you can skip this step if your Mac shipped with macOS Mojave or if you made a backup with Time Machine before you upgraded to Catalina.

  1. If you’re reading this before macOS Catalina ships, you can go to the App Store and search for Mojave, then download it. If it tries to install when it’s finished downloading, quite the installer.
  2. If you’re reading this after Catalina ships, you can download Mojave ‎here, but only on a Mac that’s not already running Mojave. When you click that link, Software Update will launch and start to download Mojave. When it’s finished, quit Software Update.
  3. Grab a USB stick with 16GB capacity or an external hard drive or SSD and plug it in to your Mac.
  4. Launch Disk Utilities and Erase the Drive or USB stick, formatting it as Mac OS Extended (Journaled) and selecting GUID partition map if a selection is available.
  5. The easiest way to create a bootable installer is to use DiskMaker X. However, you can also do it in Terminal like this:
  • Launch Terminal from Applications — Utilities
  • Type: sudo /Applications/Install macOS Mojave.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Untitled where ‘Untitled’ is the name of your USB stick or external hard drive
  • Press Return and wait for the word Done to appear in Terminal.

4. Uninstall macOS Catalina

  1. Make sure your Mac is connected to the internet.
  2. Click on the Apple menu and choose Restart.
  3. Hold down Command+R to boot into Recovery mode.
  4. Choose Disk Utility in the macOS Utilities window
  5. Select your startup disk
  6. Choose Erase
  7. Quit Disk Utility

How to downgrade Catalina to Mojave if your Mac shipped with Mojave

  1. Once you’ve erased your startup disk and quit Disk Utility as described above, choose Reinstall macOS from macOS Utilities.
  2. Press Continue.

How to rollback from Catalina using a Time Machine backup

If you backed up your Mac with Time Machine before you installed Catalina, you don’t need to create a bootable installer — you can just reinstall Mojave from your Time Machine backup. Make sure it’s plugged in if it’s an external disk. If it’s a network disk, make sure you’re connected to the network.

  • Once you’ve erased your start up disk as described above, choose Restore from Time Machine backup in the macOS Utilities window.
  • If your backup is on an external disk, select it. If it’s on a network disk, select it and choose Connect to Remote Disk.
  • Type in your username and password for the remote disk if necessary.
  • Select the data and time of the backup you want to restore from.
  • Follow the onscreen instructions.

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5. Install Mojave using a bootable installer

If you have a Mac that didn’t ship with Mojave and you don’t use Time Machine to backup, you’ll need to reinstall Mojave from the bootable installer we created earlier.

  1. Plug in the installer disk.
  2. Go to the Apple menu and choose restart, then hold down the Option key.
  3. Mojave will start installing on your Mac.
  4. When it’s finished, your Mac will restart and the Setup Assistant will appear
  5. Follow the steps in the SetUp Assistant to set up Mojave

Restore your settings

If you have reinstalled Mojave from a bootable disk, rather than a Time Machine backup, you will need to reinstall applications and copy documents across from your backup. That’s where those notes and screen shots you made earlier come in handy!

My Mac is still underperforming, what to do?

You thought that reverting to macOS Mojave would get your Mac back to norm. But if it didn’t and you still experiencing sudden freeze-ups and glitches, full disk cleanup is your answer. Probably there are too many conflicting system junk files on your drive that you need to plow through.

  • Download the free edition here
  • Go to Maintenance tab

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