Since upgrading to Mavericks the overall display management has been erratic and unreliable for me.
Moving away from Google one step at a time, I’ve started by relying on another engine for my Web searches.
Brent Simmons suggests that developers drop support for older OS releases as a way to optimise resources and keep making quality apps. I have another suggestion to add.
An AirPort Express base station in my home network started acting up and I went down a wireless rabbit hole.
Here’s an overview of some essential apps I’ve been relying upon. Most are tried-and-trusted apps I’ve used for years, but there are new entries as well.
Having received iWork ’09 in bundle with my then-new MacBook Pro back in 2009, I wasn’t sure of my eligibility for a free iWork ’13 update. The Mac App Store app suggested I wasn’t. It was a little bug, instead.