Apple releases Aperture 3.2.3 and Epson Printer Driver update

Apple's Aperture photo management tool can now be used to remove photos from iCloud's Photo Stream service.

Recently Apple updated iPhoto and other software packages to make it possible to delete photos from the Photo Stream feature that is part of its iCloud service. Today Apple has further supported this option by adding it to its Aperture professional photo management tool in an update that is available today.

The Aperture update also addresses small performance and stability issues, and is recommended for anyone using Aperture, especially for those who make use of iCloud.

The Aperture update is around 635MB in size, and should be available via Software Update if you have Aperture 3.2 installed on your system, but can also be obtained from the update's Web site or via CNET's The update also requires the latest versions of OS X Snow Leopard and Lion, so if you have not already done so, be sure to update your operating system software before installing this update.

In addition to the Aperture update, Apple has made available driver updates for supported Epson printer models. As with other Printer updates, while Apple makes the entire package of drivers available online, most people will not need to install it. Instead, if you have an Epson printer, just check Software Update and if the driver for it has been updated then it will be presented for you to install.

As always, be sure to fully back up your system before installing these updates.

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