OS X 10.10.4 released. What’s new?

After weeks of waiting, upgrading to version 10.10.4 is now available to all users of OS X Yosemite.

As we managed to understand during beta testing, the update is aimed at improving the stability of the system and eliminating some of the problems that have long plagued users of OS X Yosemite . The full list of changes introduced by OS X 10.10.4 is as follows:

  • Improved network connectivity
  • Improved Migration Assistant reliability
  • Fixed a bug that prevented the correct operation of some external monitors
  • Improved reliability when updating iPhoto and Aperture libraries to move them to the Photos program
  • Improved reliability when synchronizing photos and videos with iCloud Media Library
  • Fixed a bug that led to the sudden termination of the “Photo” program after importing some DNG Leica files
  • Fixed a bug that could lead to a delay when sending messages in the Mail program
  • Fixed a bug due to which it was possible to prevent the user from leaving the website by displaying repeated JavaScript warnings in Safari.

The size of the update is impressive: 1.09 GB . You can install it from the Updates section of the Mac App Store. If you notice any changes that were not included in the list above, then share them in the comments.

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