Lodesman

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Feb 4, 2014
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In the last 5 years or so I have always updated the OSX when it was issued - until last year. I was fed up with the early problems that always appeared with the new operating system. So, until this morning, I was still on El Capitan.

As Sierra is on the *.3 I decided that today I'd update my Mac and MacBook Air. What a difference! Absolutely seamless updates on both machines. That's the way forward for me in the future.

Mind you, I cannot see much of a difference in day to day usage.
 
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Calby

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Dec 30, 2015
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In the last 5 years or so I have always updated the OSX when it was issued - until last year. I was fed up with the early problems that always appeared with the new operating system. So, until this morning, I was still on El Capitan.

As Sierra is on the *.3 I decided that today I'd update my Mac and MacBook Air. What a difference! Absolutely seamless updates on both machines. That's the way forward for me in the future.

Mind you, I cannot see much of a difference in day to day usage.
I'm thinking the exact same in the next macOS update I'll not update directly I'll wait until .3 or something like that.
 

flowrider

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had all kinds of problems.

I've had none to speak of. I've been using a Mac since 1986, and my updating experience over the years has gone retatively smooth. HS, IMHO, is the best MacOS yet!

Lou
 
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