The High Sierra upgrade did not go well for many users. Here are some of the reasons why macOS 10.13 is currently a lemon.
It looks much the same as Sierra. Looking at High Sierra’s logs, though, shows that there are significant internal changes. Here’s a first glimpse at SkyLight, APFS and dasd at work.
A brief guide to support in High Sierra and its installer, for different types of drive, and for APFS.
More trials and tribulations with the High Sierra upgrade. Is it possible to make a dual-boot system? And is it wise?
You might want to read these tips before installing the first release of High Sierra. They could save you a lot of pain.
Want to keep an eye on your hard drive(s) and SSD? Worried that your SSD might need replacing? Here are some tools to put your mind at rest.
A complex installation, which ran smoothly but failed to convert an external SSD to APFS. Watch for issues in migration, though, which forced me to abandon. And yes, Sierra can still access High Sierra’s APFS disks.
More decisions about how to prepare to install the release version of High Sierra. Would it help to reformat your boot disk?
You have one iMac with a Fusion Drive, and an old MacBook Air with an SSD. Which do you upgrade to run High Sierra? Is there a good solution?
If you want to format your startup volume before upgrading, or install High Sierra on multiple Macs, it is best to use a bootable installer. Here’s how.