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Today we've released TurboActivate and TurboFloat 4.4. These releases bring a number of improvements (security, build size, speed) and a few new features.
The biggest new feature is support for Apple's new macOS platform: ARM64. Or, as they like to re-brand everything in their own image: "Apple Silicon". TurboActivate, TurboFloat, and the TurboFloat Server all have "universal builds" that support Intel 64-bit macOS and ARM64 macOS.
We've also dropped support for old FreeBSD versions because the FreeBSD team doesn't have the resources to properly test more than one version. So, from now on we'll only release builds for the latest version. As of this blog post that means just FreeBSD builds for 12.2.
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