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Apple launches OS X 10.8.5

Latest OS X update is now available

Sep 13 2013, 10:48am CDT | by

Apple launches OS X 10.8.5
ZDNet

Apple has launched the update to the OS X operating system for Mac computers today. The new update brings OS X version 10.8.5 and as a number of fixes to the popular computer operating system. The fixes include updates for mail, Wi-Fi, Xsan, and Open Directory.

The final incremental update for the operating system launched this week after nine external beta releases were offered previously. The download is said to be about 267 MB. Fixes include updates to fix an issue where mail might not display messages.

Some file format transfer performance has been increased over 802.11ac Wi-Fi networks. An issue to prevent screensaver from starting automatically has also been resolved. The update is available for download right now and also brings a number of other patches and fixes as well.

 
 
 

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