QuickTime ruled from 1991-2019, and was bigger than Apple itself. But can you name what replaced it, and whether it works as well?
Concentrate on Time Machine backups, scripts, secondary updates, and whether you still have to retain access to 32-bit software. Some hints.
It’s got to be better than Catalina, so why not upgrade when it first comes out? Here are some suggestions to help you make your decision.
By now, the current release of macOS has had all major bugs fixed or worked around. Isn’t this a good time to upgrade? Some practical advice on deciding and upgrading tips.
Checking signatures, notarization, and 64-bit code on different items like apps, command tools, and Installer packages just got much simpler.
Are you missing QuickTime Player’s old ability to play MIDI files? Look no further – here’s a free replacement.
One solution to running 32-bit apps in Catalina is a VM. Here I assess the performance of Parallels Desktop 15. Is it up to the job?
Coming in just a few weeks now, if you’re going to upgrade early to Catalina, now’s the time to start preparing with these tips.
This version can now open and check apps properly using its Open command, as well as by drag and drop. Essential to prepare for Catalina.
App compatibility with Catalina is different: although some may be slightly incompatible, many apps simply don’t run at all. How can you tell which are OK?