I always follow RULE 1 with new Mac stuff.      Rule 1: wait until the version 
2 or 3 has been road tested by the mac using community.

Bill
> On 22 Sep 2016, at 18:53, Philippe Chaperon <laut...@me.com> wrote:
> 
> Dear WAMUG’ers, 
> 
> Wonder what your verdict is on Sierra? I have just installed it on one of my 
> iMacs, the ‘secondary’ one, and so far everything seems to be working as they 
> should. I did update from El Capitan. It took some time before the computer 
> was running smoothly once Sierra was installed, due possibly to the system 
> indexing the whole drive, but now things are going well. 
> 
> I will wait for more feed back from the various Apple forums before upgrading 
> my main and most important iMac, from Yosemite to Sierra. I believe I do not 
> need to go through El Capitan first, according to Apple’s website. However as 
> a precaution I will do an integral copy of my hard drive first … Oh! me of 
> little faith!!!!
> 
> Enjoy the evening and stay safe. 
> 
> Philippe C. 
> 
> iMac 27” mid 2010
> 2.93 GHz Intel Core i7
> 20GB RAM
> Yosemite 10.10.5
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