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TOPIC: Go for a Sierra update please!

Go for a Sierra update please! 26 Sep 2016 15:13 #7606

I have always liked TTP since TTP 4 and further versions!
But you can not expect us to pay for a upgrade every year, man!

I am hoping you will fix a Sierra update for TTP 8, after the TTP 9 version is compatible.

Kristofer nilsson Ahlberg
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Go for a Sierra update please! 26 Sep 2016 15:17 #7607

There is not going to be an update for TechTool Pro 8 to make it compatible with Sierra.

The paid upgrades have been about seventeen months apart:

Version 7.0.1 released 6/20/2013

Version 8.0.1 released 3/4/2015 (~17 months later)

Version 9.0.1 released ~ 7/29/2016 (~17 months later)
MicroMat Inc
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Go for a Sierra update please! 26 Sep 2016 17:04 #7609

I would appreciate it if Micromat updated Tech Tools Pro 8 to support macOs Sierra.
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Go for a Sierra update please! 26 Sep 2016 17:53 #7610

There is not going to be such an update.
MicroMat Inc
Makers of TechTool
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Go for a Sierra update please! 27 Sep 2016 13:53 #7612

Ok.
Another issue. I want to check my Sierra volume from another partition - Mavericks. Is it ok to use TTP 8 from the 10.9 partition and check my Sierra volume?
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Go for a Sierra update please! 27 Sep 2016 18:31 #7613

In general, it is a bad idea to use disk repair utilities that are older than the system software on a volume, because there may be changes in the disk directory introduced by the newer system software.

Here is a report from the beta administrator for TechTool Pro:

"I haven’t experienced any issues with running TechTool Pro 9.0.1 while booted from OS X 10.11 or earlier and running a Volume Rebuild or Volume Optimization on a volume which contains macOS Sierra."

The beta administrator commented that it appears that macOS Sierra did not introduce any changes to the disk directory, but we cannot be certain about that yet. If I were in your situation, I would wait until TechTool Pro 9.0.2 is released and use that.
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