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Graphic Designers considering upgrading to OS 10.9 Mavericks might want to hold off for at least a little bit. Here is the compatibility status of a few major players.
Adobe Creative Suite/Creative Cloud: “No major issues.” Adobe statement here.
Give it a little time. Proceed with caution!
The Mac Pros as we know them are no longer available, being replaced some time in December by the new black cylindrical high end models. In the meantime if you’d like to grab a standard Mac Pro before they’re all gone, go with Apple Certified refurbished. We’ve had excellent experiences with the refurbished Macs from Apple. Please use our affiliate link since it returns a few dollars to MacLab for the recommendation. You’ll find deals on iMacs, MacBooks Pros, Minis and more.
iOS 7 compatibility update for MacLab hosted communications:
[UPDATE] KB article: Add your account to any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch with iOS7.
Archiving is important if you use IMAP email (most of us do) to prevent email storage from reaching its limit. If it fills up, you’ll stop receiving mail.
Here’s how to archive email by year, using Apple Mail. This will pull mail from your provider and copy it to your computer in an archive folder. Doing so will allow you to view it on this Mac only and not multiple devices, so archive outdated email only.
Create a Mailbox for the Archived Mail
Select “New Mailbox…” from the Mailbox menu. Set the Location to “On My Mac” and give it a name. For this example, we’ll call it “2012 Archive.” Click “OK.”