- marcia funebre
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All seems looks great excpt I would have deducted 3 full stars for the SSD and T2 situation. Being able to exchange SSDs is important. The T2 shackles are utter nonsense - fine for newbies who need to be protected from malware but for the Mac Pro line and most of their users this is only a nuisance.To have security is good as long as it does not interfere with legitimate customizations. This one goes overboard and probably serves ulterior motives that I don't even want to know about.
Photoshop using only 10 cores. Wow, but yes, shouldn't be a surprise. It probably still has functions that utilize only one core. It never supported the dual graphic cards of the Mac Pro 2013 either. Adobe is a prime example of a company that completely has lost touch with their users. I would like to see more critical testing of Adobe software in conjunction with the new Mac Pro.