“As the name suggests, macOS High Sierra is a refinement update,” Khamosh Pathak writes for iPhone Hacks.

“It’s on the same lines as Snow Leopard and Mountain Lion. While there are new features and newer technologies, the main focus in on improving performance, fixing bugs and refining features,” Pathak writes. “And right now, that actually sounds like a great thing. The Mac is a professional tool and more stable the OS, the better it is for the pro users.”

Pathak writes, “Still, there’s a lot of new exciting stuff and surely a lot of small changes and improvements!”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Pathak has Apple File System as No.1 and that’s certainyl correct. Finally, the Mac has a modern, future-proof file system!

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