Eric here's a YouTube video from a tech guy I follow (Britec09) on stopping windows updates. I wouldn't stop them completely, but this allow you to control it with an on off switch. Seems to work well so far.The Home version doesn't let you control updates very well, and once in a while I come to my computer in the morning and Windows 10 has updated itself overnight and messed things up.)
I understand about the original intent and structure of SS on Windows format. I think I understand that it would be difficult and quite an effort to make another one designed for Mac. I've had my windows computer destroyed in a church burglary and can't run the SS on it anymore. I have read the recommendations for Parallels etc. I am still hopeful that the demand for SS on Mac OS will be fruitful. I just would not tie up partitions on my MacPro or use the other fixes. Is there any hope for a new SS for MAC or should I just forget it altogether?
It boils down to an issue of time. The Mac desktop user base is very small compared to Windows and it would require me to put the Windows project essentially "on hold" if I were to do a Mac one. The only other option is to let someone else do it and slap "SwordSearcher" on the about box, which is not an option I will really consider.I think I understand that it would be difficult and quite an effort to make another one designed for Mac.
It is extremely unlikely that I will create another desktop Bible study application besides SwordSearcher for Windows. (And just to be clear, a Mac version of SwordSearcher would be just that -- a completely separate project from the Windows one.) If you must use a Mac for some reason, and you want to be able to use SwordSearcher on it, your only reasonable option in the foreseeable future is a virtual machine (Parallels, VMWare, etc).Is there any hope for a new SS for MAC or should I just forget it altogether?