as it's been with every new version of OS X. so, some people complain, some ask for help, some assume apple is out to get them personally: leopard/mavericks/yosemite/whatever ate my baby/destroyed my mac/etc".Yes I like 10.9 just fine so I will wait and see. There sure is a lot of complaints on this board about 10.10
90% of my apps worked fine immediately in yosemite; some are not yet updated, and one has been abandoned.The program is with third party programs and sometime even Apple programs that are not update for the first offical verson of OS X. Heck I bet most here have never heard of MacUpdate.com to make sure their programs are update for the new version of OS X.
What I find is a lot of developers waiting for an offical release before upgrading their software. They do not seem to trust the Developer versions.
Plus in all my years I see a disturbing feature a lot of developers are doing. They purposely make their programs break at every new version of OS X at every OS X version and charge almost full price to fix thier program (see Parallels) or charge upgrade prices almost as high as their initial cost.
Lastly a couple of years ago a clever software shop created a program that would take modern Windows code and turn it into Mac code. A lot of shops did this and then Snow Lepord came and broke all that. A lot of people were burned on that one. Then their are third party hardware makers write really bad Mac drivers that break ALL your Data (see Western Digital for this one).
Plus David Cox doesn't even know howiCloud works with Apple's new data centers in NC and NV. He us that smart when it come to Apple. He seems to be just chasing the money Apple users have.
Why "the hell" did you ignore the other parts of this topic, where two or more other people asked pretty much the same thing?Who the hell is David A. Cox???