If you are long time mac user then you already use downloaded apps on mac from other sites or even unidentified developers. On the previous version of OS X then was an option to allows applications to open from anywhere. Which let you run any downloaded apps from anywhere. But recently on the macOS Sierra apple has sadly removed this option. Which means you won’t be able to install apps from anywhere or website than trusted developers or App Store.
Well it’s not the end of the world as Apple has removed this feature. But no worries YOU CAN TURN ON this feature again using a small code via terminal in your mac. Please subscribe
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(@iAppleStuffs). Apple have removed this function on macOS Sierra, but you can re-enable it running this in terminal. No worries!
How to Open Applications From Anywhere, Unidentified Developers, App Store in macOS Sierra
So follow this article to easily enable that feature again in your macOS Sierra. It’s too easy. Apple has already released iOS 10.x beta, watchOS 3.x and macOS 10.12.1 beta’s. If you want to install the beta versions on your devices then register your iPhone,iPad,Mac to Apple Developer Program here >
to install them legitimately for 1 year.
Anyways, let’s get back to the topic how to turn on that feature again in macOS Sierra which will allow you to run any apps from anywhere.
So first of all, Open Terminal app from your Application folder.
Now copy this command in your mac and paste it on terminal –
sudo spctl –master-disable
Now type your account password if you have and press Enter and done.
Just open System Preferences and go to Security & Privacy and go to General Tab.
And you will get this option back again.
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