Apple Releases OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 to Users Worldwide
Apple on Tuesday released OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 to users worldwide. The public release comes several months after the release of the previous version of Yosemite, which took place in October, and about a week after the release of the sixth beta. This time the newest version of the operating system for Macs has many things to boast of.
According to what can be found in the release notes, the guys from Cupertino have finally fixed the Wi-Fi issue preventing numerous Mac and MacBook users from normal Internet browsing, improved VoiceOver and Safari. Apart from that, they fixed a number of bugs affecting the performance and security of the operating system. In particular, they patched the flaw allowing Spotlight search to load email attachments even when this option is disabled in Settings and the flaws discovered by Google's Project Zero.
Those who want to upgrade to OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 should use the Software Update option of the Mac App Store. This OS X version fixes a number of bugs and vulnerabilities, so I suggest that you should update your system as soon as possible.
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