Apple posts OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 pre-release - Developers, go get it!

Apple has put OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 pre-release onto the the Developer Center. Registered Mac developers can download it now and begin testing it with their apps. Since pre-release software is under non-disclosure agreement (NDA), we can't report on what, if any, new features may or may not be present, but they'll almost certain come complete with a bevy of fixes and improvements.

No word yet on when 10.9.1 will be pushed out to everyone, but stay tuned!

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Apple posts OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 pre-release - Developers, go get it!

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I sure hope they fix the problem with shutdown. I am REALLY tired of not knowing whether my iMac will shutdown properly with no programs running at the time, or require me to have Google Chrome running before I click Shutdown.