Posted November 13, 2018 07:30:01 The next time you’re using the latest version of Mac OS, you’re going to be able to skip the login screen, the main login screen for all apps and the system menu.
Highjump is a new feature that allows users to skip login screen elements and the main system menu altogether.
It’s an option that Apple has been touting since July, and it’s one that the company is adding to macOS Sierra, its upcoming high-end operating system.
HighJump allows users a much easier way to skip all the login screens and the login page altogether, and instead just go straight to the HighJump tab, a feature that will be found in the new Highjump menu on the Home screen.
High Jump is only available in macOS Sierra 10.9 Mavericks and later.
The new High Jump feature is not limited to macOS Mavericks and Sierra 10, but it’s going to work in the Mac OS 10.10 and 10.11 update, too.
Users will be able jump to HighJump from the Home menu in the Finder, the system tray or the Utilities menu.
Mac OS Sierra users will also be able skip the Apple ID and Apple ID login screens, and they’ll be able choose to skip both the Home and the Utilities menus.
Highjump will only work on Macs running OS X Mavericks and higher, and Sierra users with 10.6 or higher will be required to update to 10.7 or higher.
High jumping is currently limited to Macs with a Mac OS High Sierra installation, so if you’re running 10.5, 10.4 or 10.3, you may want to wait for the upgrade to happen.
High jump can also be disabled from the Mac’s Control Panel, but Mac OS Yosemite users will still be able access it from the Highjump tab.
High jump is available in the High Jump menu in Apple’s MacOS Sierra 10 Mac OS 11.6 Yosemite operating system, too, so users with Sierra 10 and above can use the High jump feature to skip OS X login screens or the main System Menu.
High-quality videos can also also be downloaded from Highjump.
High Jump in macOS Yosemite, which is now available for download on the Mac App Store, is one of the new features in Mac OS Mavericks and 10, and you can find it in the menu under High Jump.
High-quality High-Jump videos can be downloaded at HighjumpHighjump is available to users of both Macs and iPhones.
The feature is available on all Apple’s current operating systems as well as Macs from other vendors, and is available with a wide variety of graphics card options, including GeForce, Radeon, GeForce GTX, GeForce GT, GeForce Ti, Quadro, Maxwell, Pascal, Opteron and AMD FirePro GPUs.
High performance gaming graphics will also work with Highjump, so you can play games like Battlefield 4 or Rise of the Tomb Raider on a Mac.
High jumps work on all the latest Macs as well, but not all of them.
The Macs that support High Jump in the future will be Apple’s upcoming high end Macs.