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Discussion in 'Mac mini' started by ancientappleuser, Jul 27, 2019.
I lost a few features implementing to 10.14.4 so I'm a bit hesitant.
OS gets more stable with every point release.
Running great on my 2012 Mini.
stable on my 2014 mini
compatibility issues obviously depend on your hardware and software
i've got the six core i5 2018 mini with 16GB and 1TB SSD, the bugs that are of concern are the sleep/wake issues and the finder view window being restricted to only 1/4 of the window.
is anyone aware of the status of these two bugs?
other than that she's a screamer!
I'm on a mid 2017 iMac, and I did the QTA update. Almost every app crashed with Finder just lost if you will. I went to the app store, searched for Mojave and got the full installer, and it's better but still getting crashes randomly. It appears skylight is one issue so far. I've been exclusively Apple since 1999 and this is the very first issue I've had whatsoever. not even a minor breakdown. Oh, I had a button battery de on my G4 Silver two decades ago. With my lack of troubles, comes a lack of knowledge though and I'm struggling for answers. Anyone have any advice, before I do a clean install? It ran "perfectly," on 10.14.5. Not a single crash.
It's an 18,3 iMac, Radeon Pro 580 GPU, 32Gb ram, i5, 3.8 GHz, 2Tb fusion. I know lol. I'll wait another year and drop a 4Tb ssd in it or two in raid, if I can keep from taking a baseball bat to it first. I love it actually, and I don't beat things up, except for myself.
Any advice would be welcome. Thanks.
I think you'd be best off posting your question in the iMac forum instead.
2018 Mini i7 here, 10.14.6 seems fine.
I still get the momentary "bootup blackout", in which the Mini loses "contact" with the display as the "OS progress bar" loads.
It ALWAYS happens, but then... it ALWAYS "comes back on".
I can live with that... but still think this is a software problem that needs to be addressed.
Runs just fine on '09 Mini3,1 8GB RAM, 480GB SSD.