You might have been using Visual Look Up for a few months now, or could still be unable to get it to work. How some features aren’t available everywhere, or on all supported Macs.
Some of the most attractive features of the next major version of macOS won’t be available to all models which can run Monterey. Here’s the fine print.
A listing of my free utilities which I believe to be compatible with macOS 11 Big Sur (Intel x64). For beta-testers.
The complete range of 35 apps and 5 command tools which are compatible with Catalina – all free from here.
Thirty-four compatible with Mojave and Catalina, plus 5 command tools. A guide to all the software available here, for free.
In just a few weeks, many of us will be upgrading to Catalina. Here’s a breakdown of compatibility of my free tools with the new version of macOS.
Part of Apple’s preparations for Catalina, this contains a list of major apps which are only 32-bit and will stop working when you upgrade to 10.15.
For those starting with the Catalina betas, here’s a list of which of my apps work, and what issues to beware of.
Apple can no longer be bothered to maintain its list of supported printers and scanners. You just have to try them out and see whether they work.
If you’re already using the developer preview of Mojave, or considering being one of the public beta-testers, here’s detailed information about compatibility of all my apps and tools.