I am posting this because I read a lot of complaints that DXO drops support for older macOS versions.
Thing is: You are addressing the wrong people.
I am pretty sure that the developers at DXO do their utmost to deliver a properly functioning piece of software. And I guess they have much less manpower at hand than companies like Microsoft or Adobe do. Companies that actually do the same thing – they drop support for older versions of macOS.
Since it is Apple who have decided to deliver a “new” version of their OS every single frigging year – what do you expect a software company to do? End operations? Drop support for macOS?
I guess it is much easier for DXO to keep a steady development line on Windows. And I am thankful that they still keep delivering for macOS. Despite the massive investment this must mean for their operations compared to the Windows version. Thank you for doing this.
Long story short: If you don’t like Apple dropping support for “oldish” hardware – don’t buy Apple. This is what Apple have been doing for years now. This poses a problem for you AND for DXO. Direct your anger at Apple – not DXO.