macOS up to 11 Big Sur
One way I see out of this would be if Apple's new computers support more powerful dGPUs, which we could then use with the improved virtualization software to run Windows apps.
One can always dream..
AMD are the best voice for low and mid range, they are booming the best high end choices, better at multitasking and Metal. Nvidia also is universally hated by other tech companies. Lastets generation MacBook Pro 16" have very good GPU considering their sizes!!
I'm running out of ideas...it seems I'm missing the last step, like seal again the volume or disable the seal check (I was thinking that SSV is disabled by authenticated-root....).
Try updating Preboot volume for your boot volume using:
diskutil apfs updatePreboot <TargetVolume>
Just a general question: Has Apple updated the Radeon driver stack in Big Sur, and/or even between beta releases? Is there a way to check the versions?
I don't run Big Sur myself and wouldn't know how to check it if I did. But it'd be interesting to see wether or not Apple is providing stability and performance updates in this new release that are GPU driver specific and not the result of overall OS tweaking.
Okay,to upgrade to macOS 11 Big Sur,this is what I am trying to do on my Catalina recently,how do i get macos big sur dmg file?But failed to find anything on Apple's official website.
Fortunately,i found this.
The content and skills involved in upgrading to macos big sur are very comprehensive.
Don't upgrade. It's beta software, not a finished product.
It's meant for testing on a 2nd or 3rd Mac - one you don't need to use.
Do you know if purge-wrangler is working on an older "unsupported" mac like mine?
My machine is connected to a Radeon VII x Razer Core X eGPU and dual boot to macOS 10.15.7 & 10 Windows 2004 which is my main work machine and my gaming machine... I need to test out Big Sur because I am writing a new book that teaches people how to build apps for iOS 14...
@adrian_l, it should work, since that Mac supported Catalina. You can try testing the script via the advanced handbook on its GitHub page. Support should be available to everyone with script version v6.3.0.