Today is a great day for you if you have been waiting on a new piece of software from Apple. The company didn’t just have one release up its sleeve today. After rolling out iOS 8.1.1 for all supported devices, which not only fixes bugs but improves performance on old models, Apple also released OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 to the public. This update addresses certain bugs that have been irking the users ever since this software was released last month.

Apple claims that this update will bring improvements for the Wi-Fi reliability, and it also improves the reliability when the user sends a Mail message through a select few email service providers.

It is mentioned in the release notes that OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 also enhances reliability when connected to a Microsoft Exchange service. Other fixes in this update include resolution of an issue where sharing services, Actions and Notification Center widgets might not be available. Bug that could cause Notification Center to not be retained after a start, and it also addresses a bug that prevented the Mac App Store from displaying certain updates.

The OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 update is live Apple’s now offers all new software updates for absolutely free, and this applies to their subsequent incremental updates, which is precisely what this release is.

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