27 Oct 2013 hacker   » (Master)

How Many Java Versions is Enough for Mavericks, Apple?

A lot of software outright fails to work on Apple OS X Mavericks. It’s a disaster. Almost nothing works right. Not only is the entire OS noticeably slower, by several orders of magnitude over the previous Lion (10.7.5) was running until a few days ago on my 11″ MacBook Air, but there are dozens and […]

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