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Very very impressive

source : idevice.ro

Very impressive Apple! Light years ahead of Windows.

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Yep, just installed it on my MBP, I’m amazed! Got an extra 30 / 45 minutes doing the regular stuff! I’m quite impressed! And the fact that it’s free, smacked the heck out of Windows! :D

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Ive asked this question a couple of times before, with no reply

Either its a dumb question, or I am dumb or no one knows the answer. Or hopefully, it may have been overlooked as a valid question…

I d/l mavericks and installed on my Mac. All good, great in fact. But whole process took 8 hrs

Is there a way I can grab that download, transfer or link to it from my MBP to update that aswell?

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That’s awful! It took one hour to download and install it from the AppStore! Did it 12 / 13 hours ago, when people were still getting it like hot cakes! Maybe it depends on your connection speed?

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Yes, you can do this – http://www.mactrast.com/2013/06/how-to-build-a-bootable-usb-installer-for-the-os-x-mavericks-developer-preview/ – but I think it should have been done before the update. The installation files may have been deleted.

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Dang, cheers guys. Yup Australia ( the home of Super Fast Broadbeans )

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Ive asked this question a couple of times before, with no reply

Either its a dumb question, or I am dumb or no one knows the answer. Or hopefully, it may have been overlooked as a valid question…

I d/l mavericks and installed on my Mac. All good, great in fact. But whole process took 8 hrs

Is there a way I can grab that download, transfer or link to it from my MBP to update that aswell?

Yes you can – but, and this is a big BUT, if you left the download in your applications folder it’s gone and too late – when you downloaded you should of moved it to your desktop first then it can’t find itself after installing to remove – there’s a write-up here for ya:

http://www.macworld.com/article/2056561/how-to-make-a-bootable-mavericks-install-drive.html

I looked it up and asked on twitter as it took me just short of 13 hours I believe to download – have 3 macs and not doing that 3 times!

Anyways bud, good luck (hopefully)

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I’m now updating the new OSX. Can’t wait to use it :D

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5 hours between download and install, looks good but it seems to me that its using more ram than Snow Leopard (I didn’t upgrade until now) at least 1-2GB are used in unknown process

I tried to sync iCal to my iphone, iTune is missing the “info” tab so there is no way to sync unless via iCloud and I don’t like that.

iCal is harder to deal with it now …. what else I will facing next :)

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Ive asked this question a couple of times before, with no reply

Either its a dumb question, or I am dumb or no one knows the answer. Or hopefully, it may have been overlooked as a valid question…

I d/l mavericks and installed on my Mac. All good, great in fact. But whole process took 8 hrs

Is there a way I can grab that download, transfer or link to it from my MBP to update that aswell?
Yep, check for “Install OS X Mavericks.app” in your applications folder.

(I see now that others answered before me. But yes, if you’ve installed it, it will probably already have been deleted. You need to copy it in advance.)
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