This week, Apple announced during their “One more thing” event that the latest update to its macOS, Big Sur, is to be released to the public on November 12, 2020. While we know people are eager to update to the latest OS to take advantage of the new enhancements for key apps; including Safari, Messages, and Maps, as well as new privacy features, we recommend that users wait until the next “dot” OS update before upgrading University-owned Macs. Continue reading Mac Users: Don’t Upgrade to Big Sur… Just Yet!
The newest version of macOS 10.15 Catalina is now available. We highly recommend not updating to this OS as it will be problematic for various 32-Bit software packages causing the software to not run. Continue reading Mac Users: Don’t Upgrade to Catalina… Just Yet!
Back in September, just days before the release of macOS 10.14 Mojave, we recommended users to not update due to a serious compatibility issue with our CylancePROTECT anti-virus software that would cause the computer to deadlock upon reboot. We are happy to announce that with CylancePROTECT version 2.0.1494.546 and higher, the issue has been resolved. Continue reading CylancePROTECT now compatible with macOS 10.14 Mojave
The newest version of macOS 10.14 Mojave is expected to be released Monday, September 24, 2018. We highly recommend not updating to this OS as it will be problematic for various software packages causing software to not run and in some cases even lockup your OS. Continue reading Mac Users: Don’t Upgrade to Mojave… Just Yet!
After updating your Mac to macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, you may have noticed a new alert when launching older apps. When you launch one of these 32-bit applications, your system will warn you that it is “not optimized” for macOS. If you click Okay, the application will continue to run as normal – for now – but there might be issues in the future. Continue reading The end to 32-bit macOS software is coming