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The title says it; use software update. I haven't seen any problems.
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That's crazy, isn't it? 10.3.6 was released on like November 9th, so contrary to old patterns (and my predictions back then), it hasn't been two and a half months since the last update was released. Wow, there are only two more possible updates that can be released before Tiger gets released! However, it seems most places aren't talking about this update. It's not even on MacUpdate yet! And no news sources seem to be talking about its release.

Nevertheless, does anyone notice any updates with it?
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Thanks for the notice. I usually wait for the cmbo update before I do an update.

As for two more updates before version four, that may not be the case. Apple could come out with a version 10.3.x.x. I don't think so, but they could.

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That's crazy, isn't it? 10.3.6 was released on like November 9th, so contrary to old patterns (and my predictions back then), it hasn't been two and a half months since the last update was released. Wow, there are only two more possible updates that can be released before Tiger gets released! However, it seems most places aren't talking about this update. It's not even on MacUpdate yet! And no news sources seem to be talking about its release.

Nevertheless, does anyone notice any updates with it?
It seems to be a number of minor updates for a lot of issues. Macintouch has a summary: http://www.macintouch.com/
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It just made my Mac slow as molasses :mad:
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Just ran the update and repair permissions found nothing Edit: no slowness at all here! :alien:
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works fine.
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It just made my Mac slow as molasses :mad:

You might want to try the Mac OS X Combined Update 10.3.7. The combo updates sometimes resolve odd problems.

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Deosn't really seem like much of an unpdate. (Going by the features listed). Maybe they just wanna get .7, .8 and .9 out of the way fast before tiger comes!
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From what I have read, this release has resolve several of the outstanding problems.

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The Safari problem "Server not found" seems to have been fixed. Almost miss the click & try again :girl:
Not even one in the last hour.

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updated and no probs...
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Deosn't really seem like much of an unpdate. (Going by the features listed). Maybe they just wanna get .7, .8 and .9 out of the way fast before tiger comes!
it cant be too fast, tiger isnt coming til march 31, 2005, so far, no mac os has gone to x.x.9, jaguar went to 10.2.8 and thats it, os 9 went to 9.2.2, and so on, so I doubt there will be an eight and a 9, maybe an 8.
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Ohhhh didn't realize that. Hmm. Guess just everybody is so hyped to get tiger it doesn't matter that much. I dunno. Just my opinion.
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I've not updated to 10.3.7 yet. Does it appear to be solid?
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