iMore show 372: OS X Mavericks review

Rene and Peter review OS X 10.9 Mavericks, from iBooks and Maps to compressed memory and timer coalescence. It's free, it's easy, but is it any good?

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I feel so stupid.. I just realized that the default screen looks like a surf wave... and now I know why thanks to this video because Mavericks is a surf spot in California.
The more you know.

You can lock iCloud keychain by going to keychain app in Mac and using a secondary click on the iCloud. ability to change the password is missing though.

Overall Mavericks has been great for my iMac 2008 model. Sped it up a lot from Mountain Lion. Also just fyi the one thing about keychain is when making purchases on non Apple sites that you use the auto fill debit/credit card keychain fill it forces you to put in the 3 digit code on the back of cards every time for that extra protection.