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Its out now go and download!
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Wow! I'm going to be busy tonight between this and iOS 7.1.2. 2 iPhones, an iPad, and 2 Macs to backup and update.

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Wow! I'm going to be busy tonight between this and iOS 7.1.2. 2 iPhones, an iPad, and 2 Macs to backup and update.
Add to this an TV too

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Interesting its out so fast as I have only had the Beta a while. Oh well, I found no issues to report anyway!
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Interestingly only a small update, 92MB, but takes four minutes to install, and on reboot another five minutes of reported sevebn to complete.

Dennis I saw the beta about early June.


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Sorry to be negative but does anyone know if this update fixes anything in particular?
I don't think I am alone with many others who have had a "not so good experience" with 10.9.3.
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Sorry to be negative but does anyone know if this update fixes anything in particular?

Sure it does…that's the purpose of updates.

Apple releases OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 with fixes for Wi-Fi, wake from sleep

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I don't think I am alone with many others who have had a "not so good experience" with 10.9.3.
You didn't mention what the 10.9.3 issues were. But if I had a dollar for every thread where someone blamed the Mac OS for a problem (that was really something else)…I would have plenty of "McDonald's Money"!

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Sorry to be negative but does anyone know if this update fixes anything in particular?
I don't think I am alone with many others who have had a "not so good experience" with 10.9.3.
have a look at the About the OS X Mavericks v10.9.4 Update page.

Sylvester Roque Former Contributing Editor About This Particular Macintosh

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What Bugs are we talking about?
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What Bugs are we talking about?
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- Almost full hard drive? Some solutions. Out of Space
- Apple Battery Info. Battery
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Well, that's my lunch over and done with ...

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Well, that's my lunch over and done with ...
DAvid, sorry is Nick;s bugs ruined your lunch!
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I don't think I am alone with many others who have had a "not so good experience" with 10.9.3.
I don't know if you are or aren't, but I know for an absolute fact that I'm not alone in that 10.9.3 provided a good experience.
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DAvid, sorry is Nick;s bugs ruined your lunch!
It went straight into my bug report at SourceForge

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Sure it does…that's the purpose of updates.

Apple releases OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 with fixes for Wi-Fi, wake from sleep



You didn't mention what the 10.9.3 issues were. But if I had a dollar for every thread where someone blamed the Mac OS for a problem (that was really something else)…I would have plenty of "McDonald's Money"!

- Nick
Thank you for your kind and frank reply.
Having installed the update, it has not fixed the issue I have, which is crashing whilst sleeping.
And no one is blaming anybody. Apple have great products and very good back up.
But they are not perfect.
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