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Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by omnisphere, Dec 7, 2014.
What do you mean?
So far, so good.
Yosemite is buggy no doubt. Give it some time to mature.
Had many problems after upgrading from Mavericks. Now trying with a clean install
I've had nothing that I can think of since the public release. Now, during the public beta, there were plenty of problems, but that was sort of the point.
Fair enough but we'll just get to the stage where it's pretty good then Apple will replace it with something else and we'll start all over again.
Nope. All my bug reports were fixed during beta.
No cause it's your choice to upgrade. People are still using Mavericks without issue.
No problems at all. Been running completely smoothly. However, I did not upgrade some of my older Macs that I did not think would handle the upgrade well (eg. Late 2009 MBP).
Responded yes, but it's only because I have some problems with non-Apple Wifi networks where I have to turn wifi off and then on again for it to connect. Otherwise though it's doing great, especially with Handoff/Continuity features.
iTunes doesn't respect the graphite appearance in the sense two of three stoplight buttons are still red and yellow respectively. Beyond that I don't have any issues.
I voted "no".
Wi-Fi still drops a hundred times a day while on my University's WPA2 Enterprise Network. So, yeah. I have problems.
mac pro 1.1 2.1
got my mac pro 1.1 from ebay it was suppose to be runing mav but was runing snow lep up graded to lion then to mav now running Yosemite
have 4 hd 2 500gb 2 2tb hd 1is boot drive can boot into lion mavericks or Yosemite as all os on one drive no problems
Model Name: Mac Pro
Model Identifier: MacPro2,1
Processor Name: Dual-Core Intel Xeon
Processor Speed: 2,66 GHz
Number of Processors: 2
Total Number of Cores: 4
L2 Cache (per Processor): 4 MB
Memory: 10 GB
Bus Speed: 1,33 GHz
Boot ROM Version: MP21.007F.B06
SMC Version (system): 1.7f10
will eventually upgrade ram to 32 gb & upgrade Processors to 2 quad core 3 ,00 ghz
at this moment all runing like a dream
Yes, much more than ever on all three Macs we own. On three of three Macs, nearly every morning it appears there has been an overnight kernel panic and reboot; plus sudden bombing and reboots during the day now. This is getting ridiculous.
From an App Developer:
"The software quality has taken such a nosedive in the last few years that I'm deeply concerned for its future," said Marco Arment, co-founder of Tumblr, Instapaper and Overcast, in a blog post. "I fear that Apple's leadership doesn't realize quite how badly and deeply their software flaws have damaged their reputation." cnnfn.com
Safari is faster than any browser ever, but displays a certificate error now.
The maturing timeframe is just several months per OS X version. By the time Yosemite "matures" we're on to the next buggy version of OS X. On goes the cycle. Not sure I will be willing to pay the price premium for Mac computers in the future.
no problems here but mine came preinstalled
I have only one main issue so far. The HD7950's driver is far from trouble free in Yosemite, flickering occur when VRAM frequency change (this is relatively minor, can be fixed by making a custom ROM to lock the VRAM clock speed), and very buggy in Safari (this is the major issue, it freeze the whole system which makes Safari totally unusable).
Yes. But that goes for every Apple OS ever released (well, the ones that I've used anyway).
If there's a problem (or error) with the certificate for a supposedly service (not necessarily a web site) to which the user is taken, then it's proper, normal for an alert to appear. An extreme example: Certificate errors constantly! (2014-11-06) – I'll add something there later today.
Discussion of that blog post is under Apple’s Software Quality Decline.
No problems here
I'm running it on a 2007 MacBook Pro with 6 GB RAM, and a 2006 Mac Pro with 24 GB RAM and it runs fine on both of them. Mac Pro is kinda beefy, and it runs really well there.
Overall, haven't had any problems. There is improved performance, especially for older macs. It fixes a few bugs in Mavericks and introduces a few of its own.
I have a problem with the graphics being choppy but the functionality is still there and it looks great despite animation choppiness (only in some cases tho).