“Back in October, I wrote, ‘So far, Yosemite has been out about a week and we’re not hearing posts about systems failing terribly.’ And, other than Wi-Fi problems, we haven’t heard all that much about Yosemite being a nightmare,” David Gewirtz writes for ZDNet. “That is, until last night, when my machine crashed right after I upgraded to Yosemite.”
“Unfortunately, shortly after upgrading, my machine became unusable,” Gewirtz writes. “Here’s what happened. All of a sudden, I couldn’t see any applications in my Applications folder. If I tried to run an application by using an existing Dock item or shortcut, it would run. But if I tried to move an application into the Applications folder or look at the contents, nothing.”
“I write about new technology and if I don’t eat my own dog food, I won’t be able to tell you about my experiences,” Gewirtz writes. “So, this last 24 hours of pain-in-the-butt has been all for you! You’re welcome.”
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