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Microsoft emits Office 2016 for Mac (psst: you’ll need an Office 365 sub)

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dirty dating Microsoft has released a new version of Office for OS X computers: Office 2016 for Mac will include new versions of Word, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, and PowerPoint.

russian woman dating The Windows goliath is touting the applications’ revamped high-resolution user interface, which is designed to take advantage of Apple Retina displays.

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live free online chat Office for Mac has been out since March as an open beta project, and has now been cleared for general use. Microsoft Office client applications and services team vice president Kirk Koenigsbauer said in a blog post Redmond received more than 100,000 feedback messages from Mac users during the beta test.

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Users folder vanished after OS X 10.9.3 update? Here’s a fix

Root Finder folder before installing OS X 10.9.3

Merely a bug, or an unwelcome step toward an iOS-like hidden filesystem?

Updated If you updated to OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 after it was released on Thursday, did your Users folder disappear from the Finder listing of the root level of your startup volume? Happened to some; didn’t happen to others. Go figure.

No, it hasn’t been deleted – that would certainly be a colossal cock-up on Apple’s part, now, wouldn’t it? It has just disappeared from the Finder listing. All your precious files are still extant – they’re just a wee bit harder to get to.

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Apple’s Windows XP moment: OS X Snow Leopard left to DIE

Apple pulls support for desktop OS after less than five years

Nearly one in five fanbois have been left potentially vulnerable to hacking attacks after Apple announced the end of support for OS X Snow Leopard.

The OS was only launched about four-and-a-half years ago and is still relied upon by about 20 per cent of the world’s Apple-loving population.

The fruity firm released a patch for the latest version of OS X, Mavericks (10.9), yesterday – along with patches for Mountain Lion (10.8) and Lion (10.7). These plugged 21 security holes.

However, it did not offer the same for Snow Leopard (10.6), which is a clear indication that Apple is happy to allow it to go extinct. These 21 holes are presumably still open in old timers’ systems.

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