MacOS release notes - where?

Starfia

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Blimey; according to that they've done nothing about the problems a lot of us are experiencing. Unless that's just a 'marketing fluffy version' so they don't have to admit to a shed-load of bugs.
Historically macOS release notes don't include long lists of small fixed bugs – that landscape is vast, but I recall the occasional mentions of more serious and widespread ones. (Since I've found Catalina the buggiest major macOS version since OS X first launched, I feel you. I think it's largely calmed down before this version, thankfully.)
 

KoolAid-Drink

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Historically macOS release notes don't include long lists of small fixed bugs – that landscape is vast, but I recall the occasional mentions of more serious and widespread ones. (Since I've found Catalina the buggiest major macOS version since OS X first launched, I feel you. I think it's largely calmed down before this version, thankfully.)
I remember in the Leopard days when Apple used to list each application that was updated, with a bullet list of updates for said individual application. Here's an example. I think starting with Snow Leopard, Apple simplified (ie, dumbed down) their release notes.

Miss those days.
 
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