Late Friday Apple officially released the update that users of the newly released OS have been waiting for — Mac OS X 10.0.1 is now available.
By using the Software update in OS X’s System Preferences you can download and install the update. According to notes on
Apple’s Mac OS X page
the update contains many improvements including better support for 3rd party USB devices, Classic compatibility and overall application stability as well as support for the popular open source Secure Shell service. For Japanese users, an update to the Epson printer drivers is also available.
After the install the update also does an optimizition — something that was only found after installing the Developer Tools disk that came with the original OS X package. Many users felt this added to an overall speed increase while using X.
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