Joss in Ministry of Apple:
Every new macOS upgrade brings problems, but this year is different. Apple is saying goodbye to the legacy of 32-bit, and going full-on 64-bit
Do we have choices? Of course:
- First, deal with it. Upgrade to Catalina and fix the holes in the workflow as quickly as possible. It will take time but that is similar to the annual upgrade process.
- Second, stay with the past. You cannot stay on macOS Mojave forever, but since a Mac performs better every year with a new OS, if your Mac is working OK, keep it that way.
- Third, and this is my choice, keep the past and test the future. For example, I set up my daily workflow iMac with an external SSD– a cloned copy of the Mac’s internal SSD which I later upgraded to macOS Catalina.