|Oct 10, 2019, 07:37 AM||#1||
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Hugged your dog lately?
Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Big Sky Country
Catalina dropped on Tuesday. Any other Mac users install it? Seems to have caused a stir in the DJ community by removing iTunes and support for custom playlist XMLs that they usually create to share. Most other changes seem yawn-inducing and unnecessary.
Finder still sucks, but a quick update to MacPilot solves that.
Remember the days when an OS upgrade was exciting and introduced new, cool things?
|Oct 10, 2019, 11:00 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Houston, Texas
I'm following Ars Technica's advice and waiting for .1 or maybe .2 as iOS 13 rollout was less than stellar. Also won't be able to play Homeworld Remastered after the switch (not that I play that game much anymore). Which reminds me I still get nags about Steam not being 64bit (even though Activity Monitor says it is?) which means I might have to do some gymnastics to get that working again.
As for the features, well both my iMac and my iPad are too old for sidecar and that was the only real thing I was looking forward to.
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