I was lucky, saw the warning from Fujitsu before upgrading to Sierra, so I have stayed on El Capitan. I've read that Sierra 10.12.1 fixed the problem, but now I'm hearing that Apple broke it again with 10.12.2. What's the latest with that? Did Apple retract that version?
I find myself in the situation where I'm getting disk errors on my mid-2012 MacBook Air and I think It's time to get a new computer. It will come preloaded with Sierra. I run Evernote for Mac 6.10 and Evernote for Windows 220.127.116.1188 on my work computer. I don't know if it's good or bad to use both but absent any nasty bugs, I haven't had any syncing issues that I'm aware of.
My husband is suggesting that if El Capitan is still available for download, I could reformat the drive on the new computer and install it. Just not sure I want to go backwards. I think with the fix that Fujitsu has offered, I could go with 10.12.1. I am in the middle of a huge scanning project (Scanapalooza), certainly don't want to lose the thousands of PDFs I've already scanned or any future ones, and as I'm really getting tired of scanning, want to get this project over with and move on with my life.
What would you do? Besides thinking of a new computer, I am also considering just replacing the hard drive. But that would just be a band-aid. Don't know if I want to put more money into a laptop of its age.
Thanks for your help,
Robin in Short Pump