Well I'm not installing that patch for a while then - I've better things to do than wreck my Mac.
Apple added another item to its busy day with the release of version 10.6.4 updates for both Mac OS X and Mac OS X server. Combine the OS update with the release of the new Mac mini, the beginning of iPhone 4 preorders, and the availability of the Apple Store iPhone app, and Cupertino is celebrating the 167th birthday of …
While I think it's great pushing out regular updates, why does everything have to be a huge/complete update. t seems everytime I use my mac (twice a week maybe) there is at least an 50Mb of updates to either the OS or safari (usually safari).
Can they not produce updates that give the actual updates or is the architecture of the software that bad it's not possible?
Hopefully this fixes the intermittent issues with wireless modems from ZTE, MAXON, Sierra Wireless etc... tired of telling Mac users to go to their local shop. Why can't they just buy a normal computer and stop winging about every piece of hardware under the sun not having Mac support
I've been testing 10.6.4 on my iMac (latest revision) and not experienced any problems thus far. I will be rolling it out across the rest of our office Macs by the end of the week - by that I mean running around last thing at night hitting update and going for a drink!
As for it being difficult to uninstall OS X updates that's true, but have you tried uninstalling a Windows Service Patch?
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