macOS High Sierra

macOS High Sierra is the successor to macOS Sierra (10.12+) that focuses mainly on deep system level feature changes. The main features of 10.13 are at system level with very little noticeable front-end differences for users.

The main purpose of macOS High Sierra is to introduce a completely overhauled file system from Apple.

The new file system called APFS was released last year but it will now be the default for all 10.13 Macs. New Macs will run it by default.

Upgrading to macOS High Sierra (10.13) will entirely change the way in which your machine operates. Converting HFS+ Volume into an APFS Volume. To revert back to a previous operating system will require a complete ERASE of your hard drive and a full REBUILD of the operating system.

RGB Solutions highly recommends that you don’t upgrade at this time. If you haven’t already, now would be the best time to turn off auto updates.

There are many applications that have yet to confirm compatibility with the latest operating system.

Below is a sample list of applications that currently have known issues with macOS High Sierra.

Final Cut Pro X 10.3.4                       Wacom Tablets
Parallels Bootcamp Partition           Motion 5.3.2
Adobe CC Applications                     Compressor 4.3.2
Carbon Copy Cloner                          Logic Pro X 10.3.1

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