- Apr 12, 2001
macOS Catalina, currently available to developers and public beta testers in a beta capacity, revives the defunct Expansion Slot Utility app ahead of the launch of the Mac Pro.
The Expansion Slot Utility app is designed for managing and configuring PCI cards, and its return is clearly meant for the Mac Pro, which has a total of eight PCIe expansion slots that Mac users can work with.
The Expansion Slot Utility app was discontinued years ago following the launch of the 2008 Mac Pro but the new 2.0 version is back for the modular Mac Pro.
New Mac Pro Details from Catalina Beta 2 - Mac7,1 is codenamed J160 - Expansion Slot Utility app lives again - Possible config names - Apple Pro Display XDR ArtworkAlso ICYMI: AMD GPUs /cc @siracusa @_inside @stroughtonsmith https://t.co/fyPbeTbBe9 https://t.co/Sot6kHDtnF pic.twitter.com/WfWu0eoYfN - Steve Moser (@SteveMoser) July 1, 2019
Signs of the Expansion Slot Utility app are hidden in the second macOS Catalina beta, and when the Mac Pro becomes available at some point this fall, Mac Pro users will be able to take advantage of the utility.
Article Link: macOS Catalina Brings Back Expansion Slot Utility App Ahead of Mac Pro Launch