OS VERSIONS


OS Latest Version Date of Release
Windows 8 Version 6.3 Build 9600 2013-10-17
Windows 10 Build 21327.1010 2021-03-08
Android Oreo (Android 8)

Pie (Android 9)

Q (Android 10)

Android 11
2017-08-21

2018-08-06

2019-09-03

2020-09-08
Mac OS Catalina 10.15.7 2021-02-09
Mac OS Big Sur 11.2.3 2021-03-08
iPad OS 14.4.2 2021-03-26
iOS 14.4.2 2021-03-26
WatchOS 7.3.3 2021-03-26
TvOS 14.4 2021-1-26
Ubuntu Linux 20.04.2 LTS

20.10
2021-02-xx

2020-04-23


Browser Latest Version Date of Release
Firefox Windows: 86.0

iOS: 32.0

Android: 86.0
2021-02-23

2021-02-25

2021-02-24
Firefox ESR 78.8.0 2021-02-23
Chrome Windows: 89.0.4389.82

macOS: 89.0.4389.82

Linux: 89.0.4389.82

Android: 89.0.4389.72

iOS: 87.0.4280.77
2021-03-06

2021-03-06

2021-03-06

2021-03-03

2020-11-23


OS Java Latest Version Date of Release
Windows Version 8 Update 281 2021-01-19
Mac Version 8 Update 281 2021-01-19
Linux Version 8 Update 281 2021-01-19


To help keep our computers and other devices more secure, we strongly advise all our students, faculty, and staff to update their devices to their latest versions:



How to update your Windows 10:

  • Plug your device into power and connect to the internet via WiFi or LAN.
  • On lower left of your monitor, click on the Windows icon. A search box will appear. Type in Update and Security > Windows Update.
  • Click Check for Updates to prompt your PC to scan for the latest updates. The update will be downloaded and installed automatically.
  • Click Restart Now to restart your PC and complete the installation process.

How to update your Windows 8.1:

  • Plug your device into power and connect to the internet via WiFi or LAN.
  • Using a mouse, hover the mouse pointer to the lower right corner of the monitor, move it up, and select “Settings”.
  • Click “Change PC settings,” then select “Update and recovery”.
  • Click “Check now.” Windows will begin searching for the latest updates available from Microsoft.
  • Click on “Install updates” if updates are available.

How to update your Android device:

  • Plug your device into power and connect to the internet via WiFi or LAN.
  • Open Settings.
  • Select “About Phone.”
  • Tap “Check for Updates.” If an update is available, an “Update” button will appear. Tap it.
  • Take note that your device may need to reboot during this update. Tap the “Install” button to get the latest version.
  • Also make sure that your Google Playstore app is updated to the latest version.

How to update your Mac:

  • Plug your device into power and connect to the internet via WiFi or LAN.
  • On the upper right corner of your screen, click on the Apple Icon. Click “System Preferences” from the dropdown menu, and then click “Software Update” to check for updates.
  • If any updates are available, click the “Update Now” button to install them. Or click ”More info” to see details about each update and select specific updates to install.
  • When Software Update says that your Mac is up to date, macOS and all of its apps are also up to date. That should include Safari, Books, Messages, Mail, iTunes, Calendar, Photos, and FaceTime.

How to update your iOS device:

  • Plug your device into power and connect to the Wi-Fi with internet
  • Tap Settings > General > Software Update
  • Tap download and install.
  • If asked passcode, enter your password.

How to update your Ubuntu Linux:

  • On the desktop, press ctrl +alt + t on your keyboard.
  • Issue the command “sudo apt-get upgrade”.
  • To accept all updates click the ‘y’ key (no quotes) and hit Enter.
  • After upgrading, issue the command “sudo apt-get update”.
  • To accept all updates click the ‘y’ key (no quotes) and hit Enter.
  • Wait for the update to complete.

For further assistance, you may contact your campus IT center or open a support ticket at https://ictsupport.up.edu.ph.