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Apple seeds eighth OS X El Capitan beta to developers, sixth beta hits for Public testers

Apple has seeded the eighth developer beta of OS X El Capitan. If you are a developer running a previous build, be sure to grab it now.

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Meet iTunes 12.2 for the Mac

Apple has released iTunes 12.2, and with it, support for Apple Music on the Mac. Learn more about the latest version of iTunes!

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OS X El Capitan beta 7 is ready for developers

Apple has released the seventh beta of OS X El Capitan to developers, who can grab it now from the Mac Developer Resource center

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How to set up multiple users on your Mac

Get smart when it comes to using a shared Mac in a house full of people: Set up individual user accounts to keep everybody's stuff separate.

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Apple pushes RAW compatibility update to OS X Yosemite with support for more cameras

Apple has pushed out a new RAW compatibility update to OS X Yosemite, bringing system-level support for the image format for more cameras from Sony, Leica, Canon, and Panasonic.

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OS X El Capitan Public Beta 5 now ready for download

The fifth public beta for OS X El Capitan has been released, and is ready for download by members of Apple's Beta Software Program.

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OS X 10.10.5 launches with fixes for Mail, Photos, and more

Apple has released OS X 10.10.5 to the public, which brings a number of bug fixes and improvements, including enhancements for Mail, Photos, and QuickTime.

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How to prioritize your Mac's network interfaces

If your Mac has multiple network connections, you can tell it what order you'd like it to use them. What's more, you can also reprioritize the order in which your Mac will connect to Wi-Fi networks. When it sees more than one Wi-Fi network, you can tell it which ones you'd like to use first.

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OS X 10.10.5 beta 3 heads out to developers

Apple has released the third developer beta of OS X 10.10.5. It can be downloaded right now from the Mac Developer Resource Center.

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DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE and malware: What you need to know

DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE is an OS X 10.10 Yosemite vulnerability that could allow malicious code on your Mac escalate its privileges—gain "root" access—and potentially exploit the system. Now, an anti-malware company has reported finding just such malicious code "in the wild", meaning already being used to try and install malware on Macs.

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