OS X: Using multiple displays in Mavericks
OS X Mavericks takes full advantage of every display connected to your Mac, giving you even more flexibility to work the way you want.
OS X: Cross-platform filename best practices and conventions
Most of the time, you shouldn't see any issues sharing files with other drive formats and operating systems. For example, OS X also automatically appends file extensions to your file names to improve compatibility. There may be special cases though, where you need to consider how you name your files. Consider the following best practices if you plan to share files from your Mac with other operating systems.
Testing TCP port connectivity between computers and devices
Apple software uses particular TCP and UDP ports that security software or specific network configurations might block on your computer. Use these steps to find out if TCP ports are blocked or unreachable.
OS X: Supported braille displays in Mavericks
Learn which braille displays you can use with VoiceOver on OS X Mavericks v.10.9 or later.
OS X: "Cannot connect" or "Cannot connect to the App Store. An internet connection is required"
While attempting to use the Mac App Store on your Mac, you may see the message, "Cannot connect to the app store. An internet connection is required." There are a few different situations that can cause this message to appear. Please consider each of the following situations and their potential resolutions.
Java for OS X 2013-005: How to re-enable the Apple-provided Java SE 6 web plug-in and Web Start functionality.
Learn how to re-enable the Apple-provided Java SE 6 Java SE 6 web plug-in and Web Start functionality in Lion and Mountain Lion.
OS X Mavericks: Switch Control helps you navigate your Mac
Switch Control helps you navigate your Mac using switches to enter text, interact with various items on the screen, play games, and control your Mac in other ways. Switch Control scans a panel on your screen until you click. This single click selects an item, or performs an action.
AirPrint enables instant printing from iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Mac without the need to install drivers or download software. Simply select an AirPrint printer and print. It's that simple.
OS X: About the incompatible software folder
Some incompatible software is automatically disabled when you install OS X.
iCloud: Storage upgrades and downgrades
Learn about the iCloud storage upgrades available to you, how to upgrade or downgrade your storage, and how to view or change your payment information.
MacBook Pro (Retina, Late 2013): Using 192 kHz sample rate digital audio
Learn how to use 192 kHz sample rate optical digital audio with your MacBook Pro (Retina, Late 2013).
Mac Basics: Mac App Store is the built in way to purchase and update software
The Mac App Store is an easy way to browse, purchase, and install software for your computer in OS X.
iOS product security: Validations and guidance
This article contains references for key product certifications, cryptographic validations, and security guidance for iOS platforms.
OS X: Security certifications and validations
This article contains references for key product certifications, cryptographic validations, and security guidance for OS X platforms.
OS X Mavericks: Supported digital camera RAW formats
Learn about supported digital camera RAW formats in OS X Mavericks.
OS X Mountain Lion: Supported digital camera RAW formats
Learn about supported digital camera RAW formats in OS X Mountain Lion.
iOS 7: Apple FIPS iOS Cryptographic Modules v4.0
The iOS Cryptographic Modules, Apple iOS CoreCrypto Module v4.0 and Apple iOS CoreCrypto Kernel Module v4.0, require no setup or configuration to be in “FIPS Mode” for FIPS 140-2 compliance on devices running iOS 7.
OS X Mavericks: Apple FIPS Cryptographic Modules v4.0
The OS X Mavericks Cryptographic Modules, Apple OS X CoreCrypto Module v4.0 and Apple OS X CoreCrypto Kernel Module v4.0, require no setup or configuration to be in “FIPS Mode” for FIPS 140-2 compliance on devices running OS X Mavericks v10.9.
Mavericks: Hiragana input source is grayed out and unavailable
You may notice that the Hiragana input source (used in Japanese) is grayed out and cannot be selected when using Kotoeri. This happens in both the Input Sources menu icon, and, in the Input Sources pane of the Keyboard preferences.
iCloud: Frequently asked questions about iCloud Keychain
Learn more about iCloud Keychain.
OS X: About Mail Update for Mavericks
Mail Update for Mavericks is recommended for all OS X Mavericks users
OS X: Books missing in iBooks after importing from iTunes
If you upgraded to Mavericks, and noticed that not all of your books were migrated from iTunes into iBooks v1.0, update to iBooks 1.0.1 to import the rest of your books.
OS X Mavericks: Check Date & Time preferences for "This copy of the Install OS X Mavericks application can't be verified…" Installer message
After entering in an Administrator name and password for the OS X Mavericks installer you see the following message: "This copy of the Install OS X Mavericks application can't be verified. It may have been corrupted or tampered with during downloading."
OS X: How to disable automatic login when FileVault is enabled
OS X Mavericks lets you disable automatic login when FileVault is enabled using one of the methods described below.
OS X: About Network Utility
Learn about Network Utility, an app included with OS X that helps you troubleshoot networking-related issues.
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