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Is it safe?

The NYC Marathon always reminds me that autumn is the most beautiful time of the year in New York. The trees are a wonderful rainbow of red, yellow, and orange. But now that Apple has released macOS Catalina, the marathon evokes memories of the classic line from the 1976 motion picture ‘Marathon Man’ starring Dustin Hoffman, Laurence Olivier, Roy Scheider, William Devane.


Catalina is one of the most important updates that we have ever had. Under the hood, it is more secure, faster and delivers a ton of new features. (For an in-depth review, check out:

I’ve said in my last email that you should wait until trailblazers have checked out this new OS. Well we’ve done that, and Apple has even released 10.15.1, an update to the original release. So I say: IT’S SAFE, BUT…

If you’re wise, and you must be because you’re my client, first give MACximize a call. We will schedule a visit to see if there are any reasons why it is NOT safe to upgrade. You could have old software that won’t work without an update, or cannot be updated. Or your hardware has reached the end of it’s upgradability and may not work after the install. We will ensure that you have a working backup, so if things don’t go so well, no worries!

So call us — 212.330.6789 — and we’ll take care of everything. Sometimes an upgrade can feel like a 26-mile marathon. Our years of experience will make the upgrade feel like a walk in the park. And hey…

It’s better to be safe, than sorry! Your Mac will thank you!

And please don’t keep us a secret — tell your friends! 😀

If you know any Mac users who would benefit from the services you’ve grown to love, please have them call us at 212.330.6789. Besides the warm, fuzzy feeling you’ll get, there’s a $100 credit in it for you.

(Here’s the fine print. The $100 will be credited to your next MACximize visit of 2+ hours after your referral has their first visit of 2+ hours. All credits must be used by June 30, 2020.)

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