That no one is talking about.
I’m pretty excited about Sierra the forthcoming new and renamed macOS. I installed the developer preview on my MacBook Pro. It’s my primary machine, so that was a stupid thing to do, and I don’t recommend it.
Citrix, a company guaranteed to be behind the curve on protocol deprecations, has not released a public beta of its Citrix Receiver, so I had to install El Capitan on a USB stick to boot into when connecting to my office. My ScanSnap scanner software doesn’t work. But otherwise, things are remarkably stable for the first (of many) beta versions.
9 to 5 Mac has a good hands-on video with many of the new features.
But the best feature, however, is that at long last…
Zoom levels in Safari are sticky!!! This will, at long last, allow me to switch from Chrome to Safari. I’m very happy about that, because there are many advantages to working within the Apple environment.