I have always been very reluctant to upgrade for fear of losing settings or serial numbers and would like to know if it is that much of an improvement to upgrade to 10.1.4. <br>I know that it is largly directed towards security issues and I am very nervous to do it. I don't want to lose any of my router settings either.<br>Now that I have talked about it, I think I will wait for the next major update (10.2 ?)<br><br>
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It's harmless no problems and a small download<br>all your setting will remain<br>Some users say OS X is faster I have not noticed any changes in speed<br>Im maxed out 1.5 gigs of ram<br><br><br>This could be da place
I don't have a router, so don't know about that. But what I have found out about 10.1.4 is that Sherlock and the Finder sure seem to have been souped up some.<br><br>The way I found out about the finder is when I go to the Applications folder, using icons, I would scroll fast and halfway down got the spinning beachball and it would hesitate for a second or two. (this is on a G4/500 with 1GB of ram).<br><br>Now..no hesitation at all..and no beachball! Definately has been a very nice upgrade for me!<br><br>Sherlock is lickity split fast now!!<br><br>
#4672 - 04/22/0201:33 PMRe: Any luck with 10.1.4?
What I always wonder is how those on dial-up get these updates. Mind you, 10.1.4 was just a 1.5MB download from 10.1.3, but I recently upgraded my PowerBook G4 from 10.1 to 10.1.4 and must have downloaded close to 100MB of updates... does Apple expect a dial-up user to sit there for 3 hours to apply a software update?<br><br>
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