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    Post Apple releases Mac OS X 10.7.1 with Wi-Fi improvements, audio out fixes
    Apple releases Mac OS X 10.7.1 with Wi-Fi improvements, audio out fixes

    Apple on Tuesday released Mac OS X 10.7.1, its first security and maintenance update for the newly released Lion operating system, with improved Wi-Fi reliability and resolutions for issues related to HDMI and optical audio output.


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    The "News Bot" beat you to it by about 14 minutes.

    http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/app...out-fixes.html

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    Yep, no mention of battery fix content.. so I believe I'll pass. I sense a trend starting with this new OS for me
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    my time machine is still storing local back ups in my hard drive even when i plug my external hard drive to back up.....so yeah this update didn't do anything for me oh well

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigoo3 View Post
    The "News Bot" beat you to it by about 14 minutes.

    http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/app...out-fixes.html

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    Merged the two. Just so osxx isn't confused, the News Bot's post was flagged for approval, so nobody saw the bot's post for a bit.

    Anyways, I'm glad this update is available, since I was starting to get worried every time I was watching videos on YouTube and my iMac would freeze.

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    I was really not having any issues unless the Safari Memory leak is considered a serious one. In 10.7.1 repairing permissions and doing a TM backup. All seems ok.

    Did anyones machine after the update boot up REALLY slow the first time?

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    Awh, the patch solved nothing I thought it would. Now I'm seriously considering moving back to SL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtravis7 View Post
    I was really not having any issues unless the Safari Memory leak is considered a serious one. In 10.7.1 repairing permissions and doing a TM backup. All seems ok.

    Did anyones machine after the update boot up REALLY slow the first time?
    Safari memory leak is the only problem I observed also (except for the odd display issues with mac-forums.com only).

    Yes, the restart seemed to take about 2 or 3 times as long as normal. Figured it had something to do with recognizing the new system changes. I probably don't know what I'm talking about.
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    I've been curious, and I guess I can check later now that 10.7.1 is out: Does Apple plan to update the version of Lion on the Mac App Store to be fully up to date every time a new point release comes out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cynicalandbored View Post
    Awh, the patch solved nothing I thought it would. Now I'm seriously considering moving back to SL.
    What were you expecting it to solve in particular? I'd say so far 10.7 has been the most stable initial release I've seen of OS X.
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    If you've unhidden your Library folder you'll have to do it again after the update.

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    The best part of this update: 17MB. At home on a slower connection, that put a smile on my face.

    I'd like to know why Apple hid my Library folder. If I override one their defaults, why are they reverting it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtravis7 View Post
    I was really not having any issues unless the Safari Memory leak is considered a serious one. In 10.7.1 repairing permissions and doing a TM backup. All seems ok.

    Did anyones machine after the update boot up REALLY slow the first time?
    Mine did, but I consider that normal. Other OS X updates in the past also resulted in a slow boot up the first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vansmith View Post
    The best part of this update: 17MB. At home on a slower connection, that put a smile on my face.

    I'd like to know why Apple hid my Library folder. If I override one their defaults, why are they reverting it?
    Steve is quite insistent on the graphical integration on YOUR computer
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