Hello, unlike past years, during which I've been always the first in line to upgrade to the newest macOS, this time I decided to wait a bit and it seemed like a good option. As you may recall, there's been a lot of news about High Sierra's security problems, as well as Office 365 performance problems at launch. It's been a couple of months now since the vanilla macOS 10.13 was released and the newest version, 10.13.2, was released in December. I expect the macOS High Sierra now to be better than at launch, but is it good enough for me to upgrade from 10.12.6 Sierra? I'm using my MacBook Air for Safari, Photoshop, Office and Google SketchUp, but I have several other apps in use as well, unavailable on App Store. And, I need to make sure that my Mac will just work. Now, I know that iOS 11 did change its filesystem and disabled 32-bit support, making older apps incompatible. Did the same thing happen to High Sierra as well? I want to upgrade and be sure that all of my apps will continue to work. Thanks!