New preference-caching routines may interfere with manual settings adjustments in OS X Mavericks.
The new caching of preference settings in OS X Mavericks may frustrate some approaches to manual adjustment of program settings.
Checking out new apartments or schools? Here's a tip that makes looking up how far away a location is from you even faster.
When making custom changes to a program that go beyond its preferences settings, it can be a good idea to make sure you have a way to revert your edits.
Utilities Updates: iBeeZz; OmniWeb; Defaults Manager; BRU; Page Sender
Apple's updated OS ships with a number of 64-bit native applications, but Apple's kernel itself defaults to 32-bit, unless the user holds down the "6" and "4" keys during boot time.
Utilities Updates: IPNetMonitorX 1.2.1; Defaults Manager 1.0 Beta 4; Lotus Notes/Domino 6.0.2CF1; more
Utilities Updates: Defaults Manager 1.0 Beta 3; iKey 1.0.2b3; APC Tracker 3.0PR1; CloakIt 1.2.1; more
Utilities Updates: FolderGuard X 2.5.2; CE QuicKeys X 2.0; Defaults Manager 1.0 Beta 1.1; OnDeck 1.1; more
You can adjust how long Notification Center banners are shown before they disappear.