23 Nov 2021
RagTime 64-bit status
Your patience is needed, we continue to develop at full speed.
Dear RagTime users,
As we have not been able to complete the future RagTime 64-bit version by the end of last summer, we ask our users for patience. As of today, we do not have a final release date.
First of all, there is no question that there will be a new RagTime version that will run natively on Apple's current as well as future macOS!
Our developers are working non-stop to complete the 64-bit RagTime version for Catalina/Big Sur/Monterey as well as the M1 Macs. We are getting much closer to the completion, but still need time.
Of course, all customers will be informed immediately by us as soon as a release date is fixed.
We would like to thank you for your loyalty to RagTime and at the same time ask for a little patience.
Your RagTime.de team
PS: in the last newsletter we had already linked a small video in which the new RagTime is briefly shown. For those who have not seen it yet – here is a small insight into the new RagTime:
Until then – what are the alternatives?
- Do not upgrade to Catalina/Big Sur/Monterey
- Run RagTime in a VM environment: Parallels or VMware Fusion running macOS up to Mojave (10.14)
- Use RagTime under Windows
RagTime support for Windows 11
The current version RagTime 6.6 runs perfectly with the new Windows 11. We have put the program through its paces – everything runs great! So nothing speaks against using Windows 11, also the older versions Windows 10 and 7 are supported.
We will publish upgrade prices as soon as we are ready to deliver. But we can already assure that all RagTime 6.6 customers will benefit from an introductory offer rewarding them for the long wait.
Tip for RagTime customers who still use the old RagTime versions 6.0 and 6.5:
We recommend upgrading to RagTime 6.6, which is compatible up to Windows 10 and macOS Mojave (10.14). This way you can already use RagTime 6.6 and benefit from the introductory offer for the 64-bit version
The RagTime website contains current technical information about the use of RagTime.