OS X El Capitan has been available since last night in a final version and anyone can now install it on their Mac. So you might be considering updating your machine. It's understandable, but you might be better off checking if your apps are compatible with the system first.
How to do ? The most obvious solution is to go to the site of each publisher to find out if the tools you use on a daily basis support this new version.
The problem is, it can take a toll on your productivity very quickly, especially if you're juggling dozens of different apps.
RoaringApps will let you know if your applications are compatible with OS X El Capitan
Fortunately for you, there is another much faster method. Which ? Go through a dedicated service, which will do all the work for you: RoaringApps .
Does this name remind you of something? Logical because this is not the first time that this service is mentioned in these lines. I had indeed given you a complete topo on the subject last year , more or less on the same date.
Okay, but how does it work then?
Quite simply, actually. All you have to do is follow this link . It will refer you to the “compatibility table” developed by the service. She lists hundreds of applications with lots of colored dots as a bonus.
Each pastille corresponds to a very specific status. If it is green, then it means that it is compatible with the system associated with the column. There, all is well. Red is not a good sign, however, since it symbolizes a major incompatibility. The same goes for yellow, which points to nasty bugs.
What about blue? There, it's simple, it means that RoaringApps has not yet obtained information on the tool.
The user will also find several filters above the columns. They will allow him to define the platforms that interest him and he can also get his hands on a field of research to go even faster.
The tool is really well done and the best is yet to come because the service is not limited to OS X. It is also compatible with Windows 10.