A broken Combo updater, and total lack of release notes (even for developers) may make 10.14.3 look bad, but as development of 10.15 gathers pace, prospects are good for macOS.
Have you given up with the Legacy Software section in System Information? It’s getting more useful, and probably an escalating nudge on the part of Apple. Here’s why.
We are warned that a future release of macOS will not run old 32-bit software. Should we worry? How to find out the scale of your problem.
Mojave’s new feature to show ‘Legacy Software’ is far from complete, and thoroughly misleading.
Stories about 32-bit support, APFS and Fusion Drives, widespread app problems, failed updates, Time machine, and privacy protection.
A notarized version, which should benefit all users, and pass Mojave’s Gatekeeper checks in full.
Updates mainly to improve their appearance in Dark Mode, although most Consolation users should find worthwhile improvements too.
Fire up your eGPUs, engage Dark Mode, and open Xcode: our Macs are once again going to be at the centre of invention and reinvention.
Choose whether you want the Folder textbox cleared when you scan, and improvements to default location to save reports.
New version 1.2 also scans Mach-O files like command tools and dylibs, to check if they are still 32-bit. The only complete check available.