Mojave Compatibility Chart
UIS is ready to officially support Mojave. As part of preparing to support Mojave, UIS tests to ensure that Mojave works satisfactorily within the Georgetown computing environment and that it’s compatible with all commonly used university applications and Georgetown technology services.
In order to upgrade to Mojave on a university-owned Apple computer, you’ll first need to complete the Mojave Upgrade Request Form. We’ll be able to assist you with preparation, installation, and training.
If you are considering upgrading a personally owned Apple computer, the first software upgrade, 10.14.1, has been released. Click here to make sure your Mac can be upgraded to Mojave.
Please keep in mind that UIS can only provide “best effort” support at this time for applications that may not work satisfactorily with Mojave. Please also make sure you’ve installed the latest updates on all your critical apps and that you’ve backed up your files before upgrading to Mojave.
The following table shows the current results of our compatibility review of Mojave and Georgetown University services.
Important: UIS is still testing Georgetown services, so the results shown in this chart might change. Check back regularly for the latest results.
Note: If the version number of an application is not listed, UIS recommends you run the latest version of that application.
|Technology Services||Compatible With
|Adobe Acrobat Reader DC||Yes|
|Chem Draw Professional 16||Yes|
|Google Backup and Sync||Yes|
|Microsoft Office 2016||Yes|
|No||There is currently an issue with Live Update not working. The next release of SEP should resolve this issue.|
|VMWare Horizon Client||Yes|
|VPN (Cisco AnyConnect)||Yes|
If you have any questions, contact the Service Center at help.georgetown.edu.
To learn more about Windows 10, visit Apple’s Mojave Web site.