Apple has a special version of Windows Migration Assistant for macOS Sonoma.

Apple updates Windows Migration Assistant for macOS Sonoma

Apple has released an update to its tool to help Users transfer data from a Windows PC to a Mac running macOS Sonoma.

Windows Migration Assistant is a program developed by Apple that helps users migrate data from a Windows computer to a Mac system. It can transfer various data such as contacts, calendars, email accounts, music, pictures, movies, documents and other types of files from Windows PC to Mac.

The new update released Thursday supports macOS Sonoma, the latest version of Apple's operating system for Mac. Version continues to work without any major changes, except that it is fully compatible with macOS Sonoma.

Once installed on your PC, the tool will launch automatically and you can use it with Setup Assistant on your new Mac or with Migration Assistant in your Mac's Utilities folder.

After deciding to migrate files, users must enter their administrator credentials, select their computer from an available list, check passwords on Windows and Mac displays, select the files and data to migrate, and begin the migration. process.

The latest version of Migration Assistant requires your Mac to be running macOS Sonoma 14.4 or later, and is only compatible with computers running Windows 10 or later. The tool was working fine before Thursday's update, so it's unclear why a particular update was required.

If you don't meet these requirements, you can try Windows Migration Assistant version, which works with Mac computers running Monterey and Ventura, as well as computers running Windows 7 or later.


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