Apple just released the anticipated update to Mac OS X 10.7.3 Lion with a number considered improvements in stability, compatibility and security, and expanding the language support with the inclusion of Catalan , Croatian, Slovak, Greek, Hebrew, Romanian, Thai and Ukrainian. The new version of Lion aims to solve all the problems identified to date, which are not few:
- Fixed problems using smart cards to log on to Mac OS X.
- Various improvements in directory services ranging from troubleshooting authentication to provide greater compatibility.
- Fixed compatibility issues with Windows File Sharing.
- Fixed a problem with printing Word documents with bookmarks.
- Have also been solved two problems that appeared after returning from sleep, the first iMacs graphics performance with the cards ATI and the second with the Wi-Fi.
- Update Safari 5.1.3 with several problems solved.
- Fixes a potential problem that could arise when authenticate yourself to a shared SMB DFSMicrosoft.
- Image compatibility support RAW upgraded to the latest models of camera including Nikon 1 J1 and V1 or Sony Alpha NEX -5N, SLT -A65 and SLT -A77 among others.
- S and have closed nearly forty vulnerabilities improving the security of the entire system, from the Agenda to the Apache server via Quicktime or Time Machine.
Users of Snow Leopard and Snow Leopard Server also received this evening a security update, and if this were not enough, Apple has also updated the client Apple Remote Desktop 3.5.2 and tools Server Admin Tools 10.7.3 . As usual, you can download from the Apple website or directly from the Apple menu in Software Update.
Yesterday, Apple updated the Lion version of AirPort Utility to version 6.0 , giving a complete makeover along the lines set by the app for IOS, although the occasional cost of advanced function disappeared without explanation. Fortunately, parallel the company also launched Airport Utility 5.6, with some of the improvements in version 6, but keeping the interface and common choices. Both versions can be installed and used at the same time independently.
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