As each month passes, more and more users are jumping over to Catalina. With the recent release of Catalina 15.2, you'd have thought the issues were resolved. They're not.
We at Lightroom Guy are always keeping our eyes on MacOS issues and we're still holding off on updating to Catalina. It’s not ready for prime time. At least not for us, so we can't recommend updating to Catalina to our clients and readers.
Backblaze Update 7.0 Has Just Been Released
It was just announced that the latest Backblaze version 7.0 is Catalina ready and offers new options for extended version history recovery. Instead of the usual 30-days backup that is included with a Backblaze license, you can now choose an option to recover deleted files for a year or forever. This is a major change in Backblaze strategy.
Backblaze is our choice for offline backups that complement our local Hard Drive backups. Up until now, with …
Do Not Update to MacOS Catalina
Apple does this: abandons technology for the next shiny toy. In this case, 32 bit support has been replaced with 64 bit support only.
The October 9th MacRumors story, “32-Bit Apps ‘Not Optimized for Your Mac’ No Longer Working on macOS Catalina,” says “Apple warned that it (Mojave) would be the last version of macOS that would support older …
I thought I’d seen the last of this, but Lightroom crashes suddenly on Macs. It just disappears from the screen in an instant. I used to see this more often with Lightroom 6, but I still see it happening. Usually after an update to Classic from earlier versions of Lightroom. This issue seems to be MacOS agnostic as it happens with Sierra, High Sierra and Mojave with Lightroom 6, 7 and right up to 8.4.1.
Here’s what happens:
Everything is fine in the Library. Imports, moving folders, …
As I wrote in an earlier post, please hold off on updating to MacOS Mojave, which is the Mac operating system number 10.14. Apple announced its release today, September 24th at 5pm. And although you may not see it featured yet in the App Store, it’s there and available for download.
You’ll also want to hold off on updating to MacOS Mojave until you have checked to see if your particular model of Macintosh can upgrade to this version.
A really good example of “Why Not?” …
Will your Macintosh desktop computer or laptop run Mac OS Mojave?
In my previous post, I wrote about the Mac OS Mojave software issues with links to help you find out which software you currently have that is Mojave compatible.
Now, here’s a list of Mac OS Mojave compatible Macs:
- MacBook models introduced in early 2015 or later
- MacBook Airs andMacBook Pros introduced in mid 2012 or later
- Mac minis and iMacs introduced in late 2012 or later
- Mac Pros late 2013
- Mac …
A word of caution for our readers to consider before installing Mac OS Mojave, which is expected to be released some time in September. We follow a few tech bloggers who are Mac centric and one that we find particularly interesting is The Eclectic Light Company – Macs, Painting, and More, authored by Howard Oakley, one of the most interesting and prolific bloggers we subscribe to. Oakley is a very smart guy. He is a Mac OS app developer, but …