How scared of High Sierra should I be!?

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#21

Thanks I thought the cut off was 2011, my mistake.


#22

Well, I want to thank all of you for sharing your experiences. I really appreciate everyone’s comments. I figured I would hear both good and bad things. For those who had a bad experience, I feel your pain! It really stinks when updates to software, whether it’s an OS or just an application, cause us headaches we didn’t have before.

What I did find encouraging was that there were more people with a good experience than a bad one. Maybe part of the reason was that people waited a while to upgrade. Maybe by the time 10.13.6 was released, High Sierra was in the state it should have been six or more months earlier.

I think I’m much more likely to update my iMac to High Sierra than I was when I first made this post. I know I can’t stay on El Capitan forever! Plus it will be fun to be a little more current. Now I just have to carve some time out to do the update!

Thanks again, everyone.


#23

Same. Glad to be the odd one out in this case (as in any case where I had a bad time.)


#24

I spoke too soon on things working just fine.

See new thread on calendar crashes


#25

Well, you weren’t the only person who had issues, unfortunately! But, you’re due for better luck in the future, I’d say! :grin:


#26

After eliminate all iCloud access from everywhere my calendar is now stable.

Next up attempt to restart iCloud for Safari bookmarks and find my mac which is all I want to use it for.

Other than my calendar woes the upgrade form Sierra to High Sierra was very painless.