I’m personally staying away from it for a few weeks so that other people find 
the bugs and to be more certain that the (older) programs I run have all been 
updated to support it. There’s nothing in Sierra that’s critical to me that 
can’t wait for the trailblazers to break it first.  

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On Wednesday, 21 September 2016 at 16:01, mac98aop wrote:

> As someone still on Mavericks (MBPro 2011) and loving it, I'm keen to know 
> any thoughts people on 'older' machines have re the latest macOS.
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> To upgrade or not to upgrade, that is the....
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