Update on Deep Freeze Mac and support for APFS
Posted by Adam Zilliax on 23 August 2018 09:01 AM
As our macOS users are aware Apple introduced a new file system with the release of macOS High Sierra and made it the default file system for several types of systems during the upgrade process. This has caused much difficulty for users of Deep Freeze since Deep Freeze did not support APFS at the time since it is a much different file system than what came before.
We are now nearing a point where we will be releasing a beta version of Deep Freeze Mac that will support APFS file systems. This release has been in the works for some time and represents an exhaustive redesign of the product to support APFS moving forward.
If you are interested in signing up for the beta program, and have the time to provide feedback on the product during the beta process, please visit the link below;
At this time, we are specifically looking to restrict this beta to our existing users of Deep Freeze Mac and there are a couple of things that you should know before looking at deploying the software;