The last three macOS releases, my workflow as a professional has only been degraded, with not a single advantage. This decline has been going on since 2013, since I first understood the term Apple Core Root.
Advice: professionals with work systems should stick to what works, never update to a major new release without any significant benefit.
But lately, even minor updates are suspicious, and caution is recommended for all working people who cannot afford downtime or errors in the workflow.
Apple’s software development practices are negligent and irresponsible
There are many errors left in macOS Crapalina. Almost all of them will be fooling around forever now that Catalina is a maintenance release. Soon we will be tasting a fiery garbage with new “features”
A fixed calendar date drives the release of macOS; Quality control has nothing to do with it. Year after year, a botched macOS Frankenstein falls like a methane-emitted cowpie. Frequent panic updates follow to fix what should never have been sent to customers. Nevertheless, these updates are in themselves poorly tested, causing even more problems and walling of some machines.
Neglected engineering work, irresponsible and negligent practice of quality control, and contempt for work professional needs are now characteristics of Apple Software.