Switched to Mojave public beta and all is well so far. Just missing the purple Safari icon in Tech Preview. Dark mode rules.
You can download Safari Technology Preview for Mojave. There is a separate release just for it.
@miklb Thank you! So I will give it a try on my MBP 2014
@miklb I just installed Mojave on my MBP 2012 (older than I thought), and it works pretty well. Thanks for encouraging me! Only thing: I can not change anything in the system preferences, not even click on them, and the lock stays locked. So I will wait for next update
@kulturnation A restart and launching system preferences twice has gotten me through that problem so far.
@jack Thank you, Jack, good to read that this happens. So I patiently restart some more times 🙂 Overall I am quite pleased with Mojave, don’t understand why I was mocking and grouching when seeing WWDC keynote. Even like the dark mode, and seing this OS on my very old MBP gives hope.
@kulturnation are you using the beta on your main machine?
@Fritz no, it#s on my old 2012 MBP. Still fighting with the not reacting system prefs. But “the rest” works 🙂
@miklb Crossing fingers! Do you know if Mojave is said to speed up older MacBooks? (Like it is annouced for iOS 12 on old iPhones)
@kulturnation I don’t know if it is documented, but I’m on a 2012 MB Air and it seems to be running just fine. Though I’ve never noticed newer versions of macOS to *slow down* my machine.