I think I’m accomplishing most of this in OneNote, everything except for the live documents (currently putting in copies, which isn’t helpful once I start making changes to the document). Something like this would help, though I’m probably hamstrung in my corporate environment (and could probably find a way to manage…
I have both 2011 MacBook Air and a 2009 MacBook Pro running Mojave: I’ve yet to find an issue with the MacBook Pro, but the MacBook Air no longer recognizes its Bluetooth hardware (I’ve yet to try troubleshooting this issue. So, I have no idea if this can be fixed!) Both perform great, I notice some glitchy thumbnails…
Using Mojave on a MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) 16GB Ram, 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7. Mojave runs faster than High Sierra in my experience. Faster to boot and apps are more quickly opened and usable. I like the features and overall experience. Dark mode is useful, but more app support with text color is needed.
It’s still awful and I have to bounce around to actually find new episodes. Thanks for the recs on alternatives!
The betas worked great on my mid-2012 MBA 2.0 GHz i7, 8gb ram and upgraded OWC 6G SSD. Currently running the latest beta, 10.14.1 with no issues so far
I have a mid-2012 15" MBP (I7 2.3ghz) upgraded with 16gb of ram and a 256gb SSD. Startup with mojave is not perceivably longer.
Put Mojave on the rose-gold Macbook (1st generation?) earlier this week. So far, so good :)
Constantly hanging :(
I’ve got a 2012 Mac Mini (quad core, i7, 16gb ram, upgraded to an SSD) that runs High Sierra excellently. Would love to hear from anyone with a similar setup who is successfully running Mojave!
This probably won’t count ... But my mid 2012 macbook pro running an upgraded SSD & 16gb of ram seems pretty happy with the Mojave OS. If you're looking for a money saver, a SSD is like 100 bucks and will completely rejuvenate your computer. I also have an identical 2011 but I’m super bummed it didn’t make the cut. I…
I have a mid-2112 13" Macbook Pro with I7 processor. Recently I increased RAM to 16GB and replaced the HDD (750 GB) with SSD (500 GB). The early beta versions had some hiccoughs and ran slower in some applications. The Mojave public release is like lightning on my machine. Your mileage may vary.
mid 2012 MB Pro and it runs like a dream. not as fluid as my 2017 MB Pro (obviously) but still pretty good.
I have a 2012 MBP with an SSD, it boots just as fast as before, but using it in general has been slower... it takes a few seconds longer to do anything, open photoshop, search in finder, etc.
I upgraded my mid-2012 Macbook Air 2 days ago and it’s still running really smooth. No noticeable lags. Safari and Chrome seem to be handling memory management better, it doesn’t hang as much when I have tons of tabs opened.
Can't say no to a dark theme, hope it looks nice.
I have a late 2016 MBP 13 in retina with Touch Bar, 8 gb ram, and running Mojave.
Installed it on unsupported 2011 Macbook Air and 2009 Mac Mini using a patch. Install was a little clunky, but the performance on both, including the Mini, is surprisingly good.
fine on my 2013 macbook pro.
Installed Mojave on a 2012 Mac Mini and it fried it so looks more like MacOS Malfunction tbh. Apple store wants $400 to fix a computer worth maybe $100. Disappointed to say the least.
Using Mojave on iMac, late 2012. Haven’t had any issues. Runs smoothly and haven’t noticed any difference in performance. It’s been good for me so far, and I like the changes and updates so far.