The MacBook Pro has had a long history of being a pain to use, and now a new version of the OS has come with some new software fixes.
While the software is available for download from the Apple Store, the best thing to do is to go into the Settings menu and set the option to ‘Install updates and patches directly from Apple’.
The ‘Software Updates’ menu has also been updated to show up with a ‘Check for updates’ option, and this time the updates will come from Apple.
The software updates are supposed to be coming out regularly, but if you don’t like the fact that you have to download them every week you can always install them manually.
If you have a Mac running OS X 10.11 and you want to check for updates from Apple, open your Applications folder and select the Mac Software Update menu.
The OS will automatically check for the latest updates, and the update should be downloaded.
If all else fails, you can install the latest patches manually by going into the Applications menu, selecting ‘Update software’, and clicking on the ‘Update from Apple’ button.