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3 Reasons Not to Install macOS High Sierra Beta & 5 Reasons You Should



Don't Install if You Can't Deal with Problems

Don't Install if You Can't Deal with Problems

There are macOS High Sierra beta problems and there will continue to be more issues and bugs as we work through months of High Sierra beta releases. 

We're already hearing from users who cannot boot after installing the macOS 10.13 beta, kernel panics, and app incompatibilities. Specifically, some users report that Microsoft Outlook 2016 does not work on the beta 1. Outlook 2013 is also not working with High Sierra at this time. Users also report issues with a number of other apps on the macOS High Sierra beta 1 release. Additionally, you may see very slow performance from some apps and some games may not work correctly in macOS High Sierra. 

While not widespread, there could be WiFi, Bluetooth, and other hardware issues while trying the betas. 

If you wait until the macOS High Sierra public beta 4 or later, there is less chance of deal-breaking problems. 



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