Discussion in 'SMB' started by Banjo, Oct 10, 2018.
Anybody downloaded it yet? Any good?
A damn sight better than High Sierra which was so slow on my Mac as to be unusable. Haven't found any flaws so far (after about 10 days) and it looks very nice in Dark Mode.
Who’s Marcos Mojave?
Pretty much this for me. Seems to work a lot more smoothly...
Thanks for that mate. Had similar problems with High Sierra myself so it sounds like a worthwhile improvement.
I haven’t downloaded it yet, but it cant be worse than the last one
Not noticed any real difference, other than I opted for dark mode, not sure I can live with dark mode long term though.
As my home Mac is to told for Mojave it's hard to tell.
I’m stuck on snow leopard
It was so bad I went back to Sierra. I think it must have been disk issues because I used it with an external SSD and it was fine but Mojave seems to work well with my iMac (late 2013, 2.9 Ghz i5 CPU, 8gb ram) on the standard drive.
Not the worst option tbh. My old Macbook is still on Snow Leopard and it's as solid as a rock.
Mine won’t talk to my phone so I can’t take photos off en masse or use iTunes with it.
And browsing is slow as shit .
I think the best OS’s were the ones named after big cats tbh. They’re just fannying about now.
Jus finished download on my MacBook Air. The Dark Mode has certainly sharpened my screen. Like everything else I suppose it wil take a bit to get used to. Liking it so far.
I like the stacks, the ability to group by type, date or tag is useful.
Got me first Mac a couple of months ago. Love it. Much better than windows 10
High Sierra has been crap, however with Apple upgrades I've always found that the initial release usually has problems so have held back on Mojave. Macworld identified a few 'vulnerability issues' in the first two days, which is a major worry. Also, old apps (32bit?) probably won't work! From what you're saying here it'll be worth downloading, but I'm going to hold on a few more days just in case anything else comes to light!
Snow leopard was the best.
Actually, the one issue I had was that my old version of VirtualBox stopped working with the upgrade. Easy enough to update/reinstall but it wasn't clear why this was the case.
There's an app called NightOwl that changes between light and dark mode depending on the time of day
I thought everything Apple related just worked out the box and was fantastic.......
macOS Mojave: The DEEP DIVE!
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