You don’t need to update your operating system right away

We posted a review about iPadOS and macOS Catalina yesterday. I still don't think it's hard, despite the claim that the first four paragraphs of the Catalina review should stop Mac updates until you know for certain that your app is working properly.

Some users missed a note that 32-bit apps are finally being left behind. Others did not realize that the Apple transition from iTunes to Apple Music would burn important backend file formats that other DJ apps depend on.

Still more people didn't realize that they had to set a solid time separately by clicking the app's approval box requesting access to the newly restricted portion of the computer. Many people joked about the bad times of old Windows Vista and pop-up boxes. This tweet reminds me of a classic Mac-to-PC ad that makes Windows fun for almost the same problem. It's worth the watch because it's good to remember the times Apple didn't take so seriously.

At this point, you will probably be tempted to ruin Apple. I was able to see a case where the transition to Catalina's new security model wasn't very elegant. However, I think it's not good to blame Apple when it comes to app compatibility, but there are surprising reasons. I do not want us to be so dependent.

I will repeat what I said in the Catalina review as I told you so. Perhaps because you're relying on a Mac or PC for “real work,” updating your first day can threaten your real work. You can literally threaten your livelihood. It's a good idea to see how things are shaking while waiting for others to experience and report problems. [19590007] It seemed strange to emphasize too much to people not to upgrade to a new OS for weeks. But over the last decade, annual updates to iOS and Android have made us feel empty.

On mobile platforms New updates were generally stable, giving you access to cool new features, and many of your favorite apps wanted new updates immediately because they took advantage of the new features fairly early . Low risk and high rewards.

This year iOS 13 was buggy. Heck, everything was pretty buggy this year. Windows 10 has an unprepared “update” for October . iPadOS still sends the keyboard to any corner of the screen. As I said Catalina is not a great daily update.

On iOS, it's fair to expect more. With a lot of control, it's relatively unlikely that your app will crash due to new updates. The more the OS is locked, the greater the expectation that it will work like a device, and the more annoying it is.

But the Mac is different. The same is true for Windows. These are open platforms that allow you to freely distribute and distribute your software without the permission of the company that builds the operating system (although it changes slightly with notaries on a Mac, but with me).

In order to develop this more open platform, sometimes I try to have to solve the situation. Eternal backward compatibility is the recipe for congestion and confusion. Microsoft seems to have decided to relearn every four or five years. Apple was right to leave 32-bit apps. It was right to slightly enhance the security of the Mac. It was right to leave iTunes on pasture. At the end, iTunes could have done better for the unintended consequences.

What I insist is that a powerful and relatively open platform is sometimes ok to break things up. The alternative is worse: you end up with something completely managed, completely stagnant, or completely boring.

So don't yell at Apple, Microsoft, or Google when your app works on newer versions of OS. That will revive the idea that they are our merciful overlord and take away our own strength. Shout when your software is broken. Believe me. You will never miss a moment of catharsis.

You recently turned off automatic updates for apps on your phone. I really had to look at what this app is doing and promising. In some cases, I found that I don't want to install the app on my phone.

Turn off automatic updates for your operating system. Critical automatic updates resolve security holes and improve privacy. The more people install the latest and most secure software, the better the world. I think there is some immunity.

It was torn. This is where I need to understand everything and give advice, but I can't. I'm turning off auto-updates because I want to know more about what works, what doesn't, and what's new for computers and apps. But I'm also someone who pays attention to such things.


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