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MBA 2013 and Catalina...

Fri May 01, 2020 7:56 am

Hi David,
I just noticed that you upgraded your MBA to Catalina per your signature. I have the same laptop for my mobile use(only 4Gb ram) and it works quite well in Mojave and I’m a little worried that it will slow down if I go to 10.15. As long as Logic is compatible with mojave i won’t touch it but when the time comes, I wonder how it will behave in 10.15... Did you experience any general slow downs since upgrading? Thanks.
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Re: MBA 2013 and Catalina...

Mon Sep 28, 2020 4:45 pm

While some decide on earning straightway, others tend to fulfill their dream of getting a management degree and completing their MBA from a reputed organization. The sky is the limit when you enroll in an MBA program full of belief or until car cleaning services at home, hope, desire, and enthusiasm. However, once the graduation time comes closer, we tend to be lost in our choices as to what to do next after acquiring an MBA degree.
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Re: MBA 2013 and Catalina...

Mon Oct 05, 2020 7:33 am

Not really, I am still doing the same type of job after my MBA as I was doing beforehand, albeit for more money. However, I think the OP was referring to a Mac Book Air and not a Masters of Business Administration.

Context is Everything.

Logic Pro 10.6.1. Mac OS 10.15.7
Mac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2019) - 3.6 GHz Intel 8-Core i9 - 40 GB 2667 MHz DDR4
2.5 Tonnes of (antique?) equipment gathering dust in their racks