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My Mac App Store First Impression

And this is why I am against the broadband cap.

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

8 replies on “My Mac App Store First Impression”

nope! i hate combined updates 0_0. im very conservative when it comes to os updates for mac. got burned once with a faulty patch that screwed my computer. it usually happens to some applications becoming wonky (i.e. firefox crashing) after the update is applied. which is why apple releases patches to the updates after a while. i guess i’ve been racking up the delays! 😀 😀 😀

It’s the combo update. I also hate using the auto update feature on OS updates. And I always opt to manually download the full combo update… Yup, I manually downloaded that same 1+Gb 10.6.6 combo

On the other side, nothing’s new on the App Store… just some limited-time-only free apps to celebrate the birth of Mac App Store.

What’s funny is that it kinda reminds me of linux install system with fancier GUI

Why did you edit this part:
“And this is why I hate combined system updates!”

Originally: “And this is why I hate *** broadband caps!”

You lost the better punchline!

for you rommel i’ll change it back!!!!!!!! just thought a “combined update” commentary was geekier.

and yes i really have beef with the broadband cap. it isn’t a technology issue. it’s a human rights issue.

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