This dipshit’s car was spotted outside the busy Edgewater Rd Wendy’s in Kanata on May 15th at 13:35. Note the licence plate, THX2PAPA. Talk about an entitled prick. I guess his first choice of DIPSHIT was taken.
… or as I like to call it, El Kabong because it’s so comical. Whenever Apple releases an upgrade, I don’t expect much. They seem to fix almost nothing, but new bugs seem to creep in.
So, what’s the score this time just minutes after rebooting?
As for any upgrade, OS X automatically logs me in to the last account from which I started the upgrade, which is a huge security violation. There is no circumstance I can think of where auto-logging in is the best choice. You basically can’t walk away from an upgrade if you’re in a place where you can’t trust the people around you.
Three volumes failed to mount. Replugging them doesn’t help. I’m always forced to reboot again. And so I did.
Every single time I reboot, OS X doesn’t like something about one of my drives. It won’t say which one, but it always complains about an unreadable drive. I click Ignore, and it mounts anyway. So the dialog is always wrong.
There is one high-impact bug in particular that I’ve been complaining about and that’s the runaway process bug that occurs frequently, hammers my disk by writing and renaming a file hundreds, if not thousands, of times a second, and can run forever until I reboot once, twice, or just give up. I sure as hell hope this update fixes that but I would bet it won’t.
in that it doesn’t do what you tell it to do.
It’s supposed to be backing up to two sets; the first one in the image is to the cloud and is a subset of the second one. So why does CrashPlan say it’s only going to backup 1 GB instead of the 150 GB it’s been told to backup?
This is after I forced it to rescan when it told me it was only going to backup a 1000 files. When I left it, it was scanning well past that number, yet it didn’t back them up. So, for the umpteenth time this year I have to babysit CrashPlan to figure out why it’s being so petulant.
When I first saw this cartoon in 1996, I thought it was pretty funny. I was a die hard Mac user and, in those days, Macs were superior to Windows.
Fast forward 20 years and now the quality of OS X is so bad that I’m not laughing anymore. See my Apple Notes page for an example of what I’m talking about.