Disk Utility Version 13 (606): why 606?

EedyBeedyBeeps

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Original poster
Jan 2, 2013
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I checked out About Disk Utility and noticed the (606) version number. I've spent some time trying to figure out what it signifies and whether or not anyone else has the same version number. I did the same when the version numbers for a few applications on my MacBook Air (mid-2011) had similar symmetry, but that was a while ago so I don't remember what I had learned--I do remember a (404) as well.

Is (606) normal/OK?

rMB 1.3 (2015) 512GB
 

chrfr

macrumors G3
Jul 11, 2009
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3,760
I checked out About Disk Utility and noticed the (606) version number. I've spent some time trying to figure out what it signifies and whether or not anyone else has the same version number. I did the same when the version numbers for a few applications on my MacBook Air (mid-2011) had similar symmetry, but that was a while ago so I don't remember what I had learned--I do remember a (404) as well.

Is (606) normal/OK?

rMB 1.3 (2015) 512GB
606 is basically a build number, the same way the released version of 10.10.4 is 14E46.
 

crjackson2134

macrumors 601
Mar 6, 2013
4,742
1,899
Charlotte, NC
I checked out About Disk Utility and noticed the (606) version number. I've spent some time trying to figure out what it signifies and whether or not anyone else has the same version number. I did the same when the version numbers for a few applications on my MacBook Air (mid-2011) had similar symmetry, but that was a while ago so I don't remember what I had learned--I do remember a (404) as well.

Is (606) normal/OK?

rMB 1.3 (2015) 512GB

System Version: OS X 10.10.4 (14E46)
Kernel Version: Darwin 14.4.0
Boot Volume: Macintosh HD
Boot Mode: Normal


Disk Utility
Version 13 (606)
 
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