I downloaded i cal, not the update becouse I wasn't sure if I needed to get the first one yet so thats what I got( not the update.) I hit the installer and it opened a white square box on my desktop.with ical under it. So please here is where I always screw up. I think I drag the white ical box somewhere, and then trash the installer. I,m leaving both until someone can reach out to help. So Help me please help !! <br><br>I'll be out after New Years !
Ok, If I remember correctly, if what you have in that white box is the actual iCal app ( a little calendar page icon), then yes, you drag it to your Applications folder.<br>The update, is an installer (a little open box icon), and when you click on it, it will automatically install the update.<br>Yes I agree bird, when I migrated to OS X , all that stuff confused me too!<br><br>
That little white box is supposed to look like an external disk drive. Open it up, and if you get something like iCal.pkg, then double click it and it will start the Installer.<br><br>If it is just the iCal icon, drag it to your Applications folder (or to the Applications button in the toolbar of any Finder window)<br><br>Basically it works like this for any app - always open the disk (the little white box) - if there's a file that ends with .pkg, double-click it. If it's simply the app you want to install, drag it to applications.<br><br>Cheers.<br><br>
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