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lke

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Jun 19, 2009
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10.10.3 is full of bugs and the worst of this version is Photos that by no way is better than iPhoto.

Why Apple could think that Photos is better than iPhoto, it has crashed a lot of times and when I try to import photos of my iphone I can't, also it is too slow. When you have thousands of photos everything is too slow.

I have already need to restart 10.10.3 because it show me all type of errors and closing all apps.

Apple needs to keep building iphoto because it is a lot better than photos.
 

fisherking

macrumors G4
Jul 16, 2010
11,107
5,449
ny somewhere
10.10.3 is full of bugs and the worst of this version is Photos that by no way is better than iPhoto.

Why Apple could think that Photos is better than iPhoto, it has crashed a lot of times and when I try to import photos of my iphone I can't, also it is too slow. When you have thousands of photos everything is too slow.

I have already need to restart 10.10.3 because it show me all type of errors and closing all apps.

Apple needs to keep building iphoto because it is a lot better than photos.

full of bugs? here it's running better than ever. photos is new, and will evolve and grow like any app. but get used to it (or stay with iphoto), because it's the new default photos app.
 

lke

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Jun 19, 2009
572
16
Yesterday my imac started closing and open an error saying that finder has crashed and it needs to be restarted, this was done automatically ( close and open ) also other software start crashing like mail.

I have to restart my imac to fix the issue.
 

bgdrew

macrumors member
Dec 19, 2011
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The photolibraryd process has been using around 90% of my CPU per the Activity Monitor ever since the update. Anybody notice similar issues?
 

lke

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Jun 19, 2009
572
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This is the second time I have to restart my imac because mails don't appear.

Why 10.10.3 has so many bugs? Why Apple releases OS with all this bugs, in years I have never seen so many issues with my mac.
 

scaredpoet

macrumors 604
Apr 6, 2007
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The photolibraryd process has been using around 90% of my CPU per the Activity Monitor ever since the update. Anybody notice similar issues?

Looks like the Photos app does some sort of conversion when migrating iPhoto photo libraries. After it's done the CPU activity goes down.

This is the second time I have to restart my imac because mails don't appear.

Why 10.10.3 has so many bugs? Why Apple releases OS with all this bugs, in years I have never seen so many issues with my mac.

I would backup and try a reinstall. I'm not having any of these issues under 10.10.3.
 

fisherking

macrumors G4
Jul 16, 2010
11,107
5,449
ny somewhere
This is the second time I have to restart my imac because mails don't appear.

Why 10.10.3 has so many bugs? Why Apple releases OS with all this bugs, in years I have never seen so many issues with my mac.

or try the combo update, here

you're having problems, not everyone is having these problems.:rolleyes:
 

interstella

macrumors 6502
Sep 29, 2013
287
166
Suffolk, England
Thank you for that link. I've been struggling to update via the App Store for several days. I think my satellite Internet ISP is the cause of the problem, not that they'll admit it!
 

SaxnFlutman

macrumors member
Aug 18, 2010
34
9
Is 10.10.3 out of Beta, and available? I have seen or read nothing about it.
If so, when did that occur? Last I heard yet another version of it in Beta was released.
 
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