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Mavericks Updates: OS X Server, LogiTech Control Center, TechTool Pro

12 November 2013 296 views No Comment

Apple has yet to release an OS X Mavericks update for client users, but OS X Server admins just got their first dot-fix…

Apple has yet to release an OS X Mavericks update for client users, but OS X Server admins just got their first dot-update. That said, the rest of us will have to satisfy ourselves with third-party app updates for Mavericks.

• OS X Server 3.0.1 ($19.99, MAS)
— Fixes for various Profile Manager migration issues

• Logitech Control Center 3.9 (download)
— Bug fix for Mac OS X 10.9.x

• TechTool Pro 7.0.2 (download)
— Updated for full OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) compatibility
— Added support for creating an eDrive on a CoreStorage (FileVault 2) and Apple Fusion Drives
— Reimplementation of test and tool animations for Mac OS X 10.7 or greater
— Fixed reported application crash at end of Memory Test
— Fixed iCloud Email Alerts issue for TechTool Protection
— Disabled creating eDrives for standard user accounts
— Updated Bonjour service names for the Local Network tool
— Updated French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Chinese (Simplified) localization
— Many additional machine and location identification strings
— See the full release notes

That said, Apple is testing Mavericks updates with fixes for documented Mail, Safari, iBooks, etc issues.

Is the mothership moving fast enough for you?

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