OS X Yosemite, Apple’s latest iteration of its operating system was released around a month ago. It brought a number of new features but also a number of bugs which were addressed in the latest update, OS X Yosemite 10.10.1
The 10.10.1 update does not bring with it any new features but does address a number of bugs such as the inability to connect to Wi-Fi networks or the user’s email not being sent through certain email service providers and an issue that fixed unstable connections to the Microsoft Exchange server.
The aforementioned issues are a few major bugs that users were plagued with since the release of OS X Yosemite but other minor bugs also plagued the operating system such as the user’s Notification Centre settings not being saved after a restart, the Mac App Store failing to display updates for applications as well as an issue that prevented users Mac mini computers from waking up after sleep. These issues have all been fixed in the latest update.
Users can now download the OS X Yosemite update from the Mac App Store or manually download it from Apple’s website here.