The Mac App Store in OS X Yosemite 10.10 is not only a source of plethora of applications but also is a source of software updates for your Mac. Couple of days ago I faced a weird issue on my MacBook conveying “Cannot Connect To App Store” with Greyed out screen. While searching online I came across number of solutions from deleting the PRAM to clearing the certificates, but nothing worked for me (at least for me). If you have tried out above mentioned solutions and nothing have worked for you, don’t worry as you are facing the similar problem I was facing. Today on GizmoStorm, I am sharing what worked for me and How I fixed Cannot Connect To App Store issue on my MacBook.
How To Fix Cannot Connect To App Store On MacBook
Step 1: Head over to the Apple Logo and select System Preferences.
Step 2: Select the Network tab in the 3rd row of System Preferences screen.
Step 3: Check if there’s Green signal on your connected network, if yes head over to Advanced tab. If there’s red signal, check your Internet connection.
Step 4: Head over to DNS tab.
Step 5: Now, we have to add Apple’s Global DNS address. Hit the ‘+’ sign and add the mentioned DNS addresses.
Step 6: Restart your Mac and you are done.
This tutorial worked perfectly for me, results might vary for you but giving a try will not harm in any case. Keep subscribed for latest updates at Gizmostorm. For more Mac Tutorials, head over to Mac How-tos section right away.