"I updated Mac OS today to High Sierra 10.13 from the App Store. Since my Hackintosh has Samsung 850 EVO SSD(s), my Apple file system was changed by the installer from HFS+ to APFS. No problems at all with the update; it took 41 minutes, just what the installer predicted. One expects to lose audio on a "Hack" whenever the OS is updated, and sure enough that happened. But "Toleda" has written a Terminal script that fixes that, which I applied per his instructions, and audio is now back. So far all is good. I have noticed no change in file retrieval times or anything else (yet).
The latest nVidia graphics web driver does in fact work fine with High Sierra, and my benchmark graphics programs report the same values (using the OpenGL API) as on Sierra 10.12.6 using HFS+. Results on "Heaven" and "Valley are below.
My Hackintosh uses an i7 6700 "Skylake" CPU, 3.4GHz, 65W TDP, and an nVidia GTX 1050 TI ("Pascal") graphics card.
Little Snitch 4.0.1 Update (w/notes on High Sierra compatibility)
Apple Download of Pages EndNote Plug-in v3.1
Apple discontinuing the iPod Nano and Shuffle
5 Tips To Recover Some Mac Storage Space
About Deleted, Archived Emails, & Custom Mailboxes in Mac Mail
Freeware VM VirtualBox 5.1.26 Update
Chrome 60.0.3112.78 stable channel update
Adobe Blog post on plans to end-of-life Flash
USB 3.2 Spec to Double Data Rates using Current Cables
Apple Support/How-To/Troubleshooting Article Updates:
- Guide on How to Reinstall macOS
- How to use AirPlay to display video from a Mac on your HDTV
- Solve issues caused by changing permissions of items in your home folder