Apple releases OS X Mavericks 10.9.12014-03-21 | Comebuy News
Apple has updated its operating system OS X Mavericks on version 10.9.1. The release notes that it increases the stability and compatibility. In addition, it fixes problems with mail and Safari.
The Mavericks built-in E-Mail program now offers better support for Google's email service gmail. In addition, it brings fixes for users with customized Gmail settings. Smart mailboxes should be now more reliable than ever before. Also search in mail has been revised.
In addition, the update corrects a problem that caused that contact groups in mail is not properly used. The VoiceOver feature should now be able to read sentences containing the Emoji characters.
OS X 10.9.1 brings also an update for the browser Safari. He will then regularly update shared links when the sidebar is open. Also, Safari 7.0.1 can better deal with website forms than the previous version.
In addition, Safari 7.0.1 includes nine vulnerabilities. Eight vulnerabilities into the Browserengine WebKit. A security warning according to visit a malicious Web site may crash the browser or allow you to inject and execute malicious code. A hole in the AutoFill feature was also closed down, which allowed the theft of credentials. An update is available on Safari 6.1.1 available to users of OS X lion 10.7.5 and Mountain Lion 10.8.5.
Apple distributed OS X 10.9.1 the Mac app store. It can be downloaded directly from the Apple Web site. Because it is the first Patchsammlung for OS X Mavericks, she exists in big delta update as 243,4 MB.
[with material by Topher Kessler, News.com]
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