If you want to 'upgrade' your site, go here: Upgrade to Drupal 7 or 8 - Major version change to your current D6 or D7 site Unlike the words 'update' and 'upgrade', which refer to very specific tasks, the word 'migrate' has a broader meaning in that it is used in reference to several different tasks.You may want to 'migrate' your site from running locally on your computer to an online webhost.was announcing Lawley’s appearance in the magazine’s highly anticipated swimsuit edition. size 12, she’s the curviest model to ever appear in the edition, and she’s doing it while wearing a bikini from her own swimwear line.And while Lawley’s bikini-clad figure seems like a natural fit, her inclusion is historic. (Although the bikini in the above photo is by Montce Swim.) While a U. size 12 would typically qualify as plus-size in the fashion industry — even though the average American woman is a size 14 — Lawley doesn’t like to focus on labels.The updated Mac Book Air is available to order through Apple's online store now.Apple says retail availbility will begin on June 7.Apple announced an updated version of its Mac Book Air laptop on Monday, the first update to the popular-yet-aging device in more than 800 days.
This page explains the differences between the terms 'updating', 'upgrading', and 'migrating', as it relates to Drupal core, so that you know where to go next depending on what you want to do.Previously, the Air started with a 1.6 GHz processor. Apple did not say the processor boost includes a jump to Intel's latest "Kaby Lake" generation of processors, however, as it did with the Mac Book Pro and 12-inch Mac Book on Monday.Instead, the Mac Book Air will stick with Intel's years-old "Broadwell" chips, which are well behind the latest generation in terms of overall performance and battery efficiency.No matter which version your site is currently using, you can update to the latest minor version that is available.You do not have to concern yourself about any (if any) minor version updates that may have been released in between the release of the version you are using now, and the one you are updating to.Note: For updating/upgrading Drupal modules and themes, Jump down to the 'modules and themes' help-box below.