Software company Autodesk released a warning to users of its Flame Family of Products to hold off on upgrading to the latest version of MacOS, nicknamed Catalina.
“[M]acOS Catalina is not yet a supported operating system for the Flame Family products,” stated Autodesk in a brief announcement on their website, warning that the update could result in an inability to run its suite of apps as well as “potential data loss.”
Mac OS 10.15 Catalina is a major upgrade to Apple’s operating system; while it has added many security and performance features, it has also removed the ability to run 32-bit applications. As a result, many users are finding it necessary to hold off on an upgrade until 64-bit and compatible versions of applications are released.
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