“Brand-new software is rarely perfect, and the latest version of OS X is no exception,” Andrew Cunningham reports for ARs Technica.
“While Mavericks ushers in a number of desirable features and improvements to the operating system, those features don’t always work exactly as advertised,” Cunningham reports. “Now that the software has been out for about a month, we thought we’d round up our most pressing gripes, in part to bring them to your attention and also because complaining can be pretty cathartic.”
“Let’s be clear: multi-monitor support in older versions of OS X was in dire need of improvement,” Cunningham reports. “This was especially true once Lion introduced a full-screen mode for apps that would only let you use one monitor at a time no matter how many you had hooked up. Mavericks made this situation better, but frankly it would have been hard to make it worse. Ars Senior Reviews Editor Lee Hutchinson had a litany of complaints to make about the new feature’s teething issues, the most serious of which was about window positioning.”
Much more in the full article here.