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OS X El Capitan Public Beta 4 now available for testers

OS X El Capitan Public Beta 4 now available for testers

Hot on the heels of the latest developer beta, Apple has released a new version of the OS X El Capitan Public Beta as well. Members of the Apple Beta Software Program can download the new release through the Updates section on the Mac App Store. Remember that though this is a public beta, it...
How to use Photos for OS X: The ultimate guide

How to use Photos for OS X: The ultimate guide

Photos for OS X brings the Mac into the modern age of picture and video management, tying it into both the operating system and the cloud. With Photos for OS X, all the pictures and videos you've taken on your iPhone or iPad, or imported into iPhoto or Aperture, will always be available to you...
Thunderstrike 2: What you need to know

Thunderstrike 2: What you need to know

There's not much new to Thunderstrike 2, but you should still stay informed about it. Thunderstrike 2 is the latest in a line of OS X 10.10 Yosemite security vulnerabilities that, due to sensationalized reporting, are often a greater risk to customer stress levels than they are actual physical...

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

A new beta of OS X El Capitan has been seeded to developers by Apple. This marks the eight beta, which is now available from the Mac Developer Resource Center, as well as from the Update tab of the Mac App Store for developers who are already using a previous beta. Additionally, Apple has seeded...
Meet iTunes 12.2 for the Mac

Meet iTunes 12.2 for the Mac

With the addition of support for Apple Music, Apple has changed the way iTunes works. In adding support for Apple Music, iTunes has been tweaked to thoroughly integrate support for the new service. Here's what to expect when you next open your desktop music application.  What's changed in...
OS X El Capitan beta 7 is ready for developers

OS X El Capitan beta 7 is ready for developers

Apple has seeded a new beta of OS X El Capitan to developers. This seventh beta is available at the Mac Developer Resource Center, as well as the Update tab of the Mac App Store for those developers with the previous beta installed on a device. OS X El Capitan is expected to be available for...
How to set up multiple users on your Mac

How to set up multiple users on your Mac

Sharing a single Mac can be easy for the whole family. In order to make multiple accounts safe and secure, OS X compartmentalizes your data and settings, linking them to your user ID. That way, you can keep a shared Mac in the living room or somewhere else accessible to the whole family. Everyone...
Apple pushes RAW compatibility update to OS X Yosemite with support for more cameras

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

Apple recently started pushing out a new Digital Camera RAW Compatibility update for OS X Yosemite today that brings RAW format support for a number of new cameras. The update clocks in at version 6.06 and covers RAW compatibility for the following list of cameras: Canon PowerShot G3 X Leica Q (...
OS X El Capitan Public Beta 5 now ready for download

OS X El Capitan Public Beta 5 now ready for download

Apple has released the fifth public beta version of OS X El Capitan. Members of the Apple Beta Software Program can download the Public Beta 5 from the Updates tab in the Mac App Store. To participate in the beta, you'll need to sign up on Apple's Beta Software Program website. Remember that...
OS X 10.10.5 launches with fixes for Mail, Photos, and more

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

Apple has released OS X 10.10.5. This update contains fixes for Mail, Photos, and QuickTime, along with assorted bug fixes and improvements. Here's what you'll get with OS X 10.10.5: The OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac, and is...
How to prioritize your Mac's network interfaces

How to prioritize your Mac's network interfaces

How to make sure you get the connection you want, when you want. 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...
OS X 10.10.5 beta 3 heads out to developers

OS X 10.10.5 beta 3 heads out to developers

Apple has released the third beta of OS X 10.10.5 to developers. It should be available from Apple's Mac Developer Resource Center soon, or through the Updates section of the Mac App Store for those that have the previous beta version installed. This release has the build number 14F25a Details...
DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE and malware: What you need to know

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 to escalate its privileges—gain "root" access—and potentially exploit the system. Now an anti-malware company named Malwarebytes has reported finding just such an exploit "in the wild", meaning...

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