Some Mac Pro users have noticed that after updating their systems to OS X 10.9.3, their systems are showing significant graphical artifacts that can impact their work in video editing software packages, especially when exporting video files.
For affected systems, in some cases pink and green lines may be embedded in exported video files, and in other Continue reading →
After updating to OS X 10.9.3, a number of OS X users have found the Users folder that contains home directories of all users on the system, has gone missing. While the Users folder is not often directly accessed, and while it can still be accessed by opening your current account’s home folder and then moving up one directory in the Finder, this situation has caused a little concern in some who have experienced it. Continue reading →
Apple’s OS X 10.9.3 update was released yesterday, bringing a number of security and bug fixes to Mavericks; however, some people have noticed that the update has resulted in the Users directory that resides at the root of the hard drive to become hidden.
Even though this directory is not commonly accessed directly, some people may regularly use it for managing Continue reading →
Apple has issued its long-awaited OS X 10.9.3 update, after a rather lengthy time in testing. This update improves support for 4K displays, which will allow for Apple’s HiDPI scaling, such as that used for its Retina MacBook Pros, to be used for these displays.
Specifically, the update includes the following enhancements and fixes the following issues: Continue reading →
The developer seed builds for the upcoming 10.9.3 update for Mavericks have become more frequent, suggesting Apple is wrapping up the last few bugs that testers have found for this version of OS X and the public release of the update should be coming very soon.
In addition to the standard bug fixes and tweaks, this update comes with a couple of new features for managing Continue reading →