FRUIT THEMED TOYMAKER Apple has just released an update for its Mac OS X that is a whopping 517MB.
The free upgrade is packed with a lot of bug fixes, er, feature enhancements. It also has better support for Microsoft Exchange, which Apple needs if it is going to work in corporate environments.
There is better Mainstage support. There are also lots of security fixes, not that you need to worry about security on a Mac, only Windows machines are ever hacked because Apple's are completely bulletproof. There is no way that anyone can hack a Mac and the only reason that Mac machines are the first to be turned over at security conferences is Microsoft propaganda.
Also in the mix are a better Google Address Book sync, SSL support for Idisk and more stable Ethernet connections. Not that Mac networking ability is often the equivalent of connecting two Ibean cans with a piece of Istring.
Faults with Open Type fonts and HP printers connected to the Airport Extreme have been fixed, and there are no more problems with Voiceover in Safari 5. Not that there were problems with Voiceover or Safari 5, ever.
In fact most of these 517MB worth of changes are due to problems caused by third party suppliers interacting with Apple's pristine software. If it were not for the failings of other suppliers the Iphone 4 would work, and the perfect Mac OS X would not need to ever change. µ
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