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Topic: High Sierra Compatibility (Read 325 times) previous topic - next topic

High Sierra Compatibility

Need to update our Prep Macs to 10.13 - is it safe? I can't seem to find any documentation on the Fuji site.
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Re: High Sierra Compatibility

Reply #1
nothing is ever safe. this is earth.
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Re: High Sierra Compatibility

Reply #2
Need to update our Prep Macs to 10.13 - is it safe? I can't seem to find any documentation on the Fuji site.

I have been running XMF 6.6.2 on a laptop to test for the last few months and it works fine. Actually find it more stable than some of our older systems running it.
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