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  • Apple Releases Safari 8.0.2 for Mac OS X to the Public via the Mac App Store


    On Thursday, Apple released Safari 8.0.2 to the general public for Mac OS X. Safari 8.0.2 focuses on bug fixes and improvements and is recommended for all Mac OS X users running Mountain Lion, Mavericks, or Yosemite.

    Among the improvements in the update is a fix for a problem that could prevent history from syncing across devices when iCloud Drive is turned off, a problem that could prevent saved passwords from being auto-filled, and a problem where Safari was unusable for some users after the 8.0.1 update.

    Other improvements in this update include a boost in performance with WebGL graphics on retina display-enabled Macs and the ability of Firefox users to import their usernames and passwords into Safari more easily to make adoption of Apple's Web browser easier.

    To grab this update, you can head over to the Mac App Store and visit the Updates tab, where you will then be able to update to the latest version of Safari. Alternatively, you can download the update by going to the  in the Menu Bar and selecting "Software Update." No restart is required after installing this update.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Releases Safari 8.0.2 for Mac OS X to the Public via the Mac App Store started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. sega dude's Avatar
      sega dude -
      "Alternatively, you can download the update by going to the  in the Menu Bar and selecting "Software Update.""

      This option was removed in Yosemite.
    1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
      Anthony Bouchard -
      Quote Originally Posted by sega dude View Post
      "Alternatively, you can download the update by going to the  in the Menu Bar and selecting "Software Update.""

      This option was removed in Yosemite.
      The update is not only for Yosemite users, but also for those using Mountain Lion and Mavericks, those of which this still applies.