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  1. Yes, this is a known problem. Apple may have...

    Yes, this is a known problem. Apple may have gone overboard with security with the T2 chip, and combined with Catalina it can cause disastrous results.

    Not "a lot" of people are having problems...
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  4. This awesome Web site creation program is free...

    This awesome Web site creation program is free (some extended features are only available if you pay for them, but they are extremely specialized), WYSIWYG (but there is a built-in text editor if you...
  5. Microsoft's first retail store was in San...

    Microsoft's first retail store was in San Francisco, downtown, only a couple of blocks from my office when I lived in San Francisco. It was in a building called the "Metreon." The anchor store...
  6. I've never heard anyone with any authority say...

    I've never heard anyone with any authority say that an older version of the Mac OS is "bad." It's true that with each version of the Mac OS, Apple improves security. And for that reason *I* used to...
  7. Updated Big Sur Compatibility List

    Mac compatibility list for Big Sur. Some systems running Catalina are not on it. Seems to be an issue with hardware.

    Here is the list:

    Macs compatible with macOS Big Sur:

    2015 and later...
  8. Thank you Rod! Macintosh Beachballs!...

    Thank you Rod!

    Macintosh Beachballs!
    Macintosh OS X Beachballs!

    Macintosh Slowdown Solutions
    Macintosh OS X Slowdown Solutions

    You can expect your Mac to be slow normally for a few days...
  9. I'm sorry....as recently as five years ago there...

    I'm sorry....as recently as five years ago there were a lot of these types of programs for the Macintosh.
  10. Here is an interesting take from one of Rosetta's...

    Here is an interesting take from one of Rosetta's original developers:

    Informed speculation on how the Intel emulation is likely to work on the ARM Apple products, from one of the guys who was...
  11. The pickings have been slim since Apple started...

    The pickings have been slim since Apple started to include Calendar/iCal with the Macintosh. Check out:


    Fantastical $50
    Flexibits | Fantastical | The calendar app you won't be able to
    live...
  12. One has to define what "support" means. Snow...

    One has to define what "support" means. Snow Leopard didn't run on PPC Macs. But I have a Mac running Snow Leopard right here next to me. It does support PPC applications. Apple didn't suddenly...
  13. You say this as if people running older versions...

    You say this as if people running older versions of the Mac OS suffer from all sorts of security exploits that people running Catalina do not.

    You can look around on this very discussion list and...
  14. Exactly the same. I've never heard of a...

    Exactly the same. I've never heard of a keylogger being able to be installed on a Macintosh without the person trying to install it having both physical access to the Mac, and the user password. Of...
  15. Microsoft To Close Retail Stores

    Microsoft tried to duplicate Apple's success with the Apple Store. If you've ever been in a Microsoft Store, you've seen how desolate they were, especially compared to the Apple Store that was...
  16. If you want to start a new thread, I'd be happy...

    If you want to start a new thread, I'd be happy to help you troubleshoot this. I've never seen a slowdown problem that I've been unable to diagnose.

    The first thing that I would do would be to...
  17. If you are talking about snail mail (USPS), then...

    If you are talking about snail mail (USPS), then what you need is a product that does "mail merge".

    Mail merge - Wikipedia

    The most well known product for that on the Macintosh is Microsoft...
  18. I can tell you why lots of features were removed...

    I can tell you why lots of features were removed from the iWork apps.

    With the rise in popularity of the iPad, Apple worked furiously to re-write the Macintosh version of the iWork apps so that...
  19. I'd love to hear *exactly* what they expect to...

    I'd love to hear *exactly* what they expect to happen when your computer is turned off. I think that it's a load of bullhockey.

    I've been assisting and communicating with ten of thousands of Mac...
  20. That doesn't make sense to me. The obvious...

    That doesn't make sense to me.



    The obvious solution would be to use Recovery to reinstall the version of Mojave that your Mac came with, and then just not let it install subsequent security...
  21. You do know that you can just replace your hard...

    You do know that you can just replace your hard drive, you don't have to replace your entire iMac? While it might be hard to replace a hard drive from a modern iMac, because it would be soldered on...
  22. Hard drives can die anytime. RDHD or SSD. They...

    Hard drives can die anytime. RDHD or SSD. They can die when three months old. They can die when 3 year old. There is no way to accurately predict when they might die.

    It seems intuitive that...
  23. What are the options if Apple Silicon Macs drop...

    What are the options if Apple Silicon Macs drop Boot Camp support?

    What are the options if Apple Silicon Macs drop Boot Camp support? — Apple World Today
  24. I believe that you can still download it directly...

    I believe that you can still download it directly from Apple Canada:

    http://updates-http.cdn-apple.com/2019/cert/061-39476-20191023-48f365f4-0015-4c41-9f44-39d3d2aca067/InstallOS.dmg
  25. Wow, you are the third person this week that I've...

    Wow, you are the third person this week that I've heard from who has had their USB hub suddenly revolt.

    Maybe it's Intel's revenge for Apple moving away from their processors? ;D (Intel created...
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