In Pictures: Apple Mavericks - The good, the bad, the upgrade

Apple Mavericks (OS X 10.9) is a free upgrade that compiles items Apple has released since the last of the Big Cat OS X versions

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BAD: Weak server tools Server tools are available for OS X Mavericks for $19.95. This latest edition has limitations when compared to other server-focused OSs. Like its two predecessor Server offerings, it’s unlimited in terms of users covered, and it’s targeted largely at managing Macs and OS X server tasks, like iCal and Mail, although Windows, Linux, and BSD can be rudimentarily managed from it. The previous version of Apple’s Server edition wasn’t simple in our opinion. Apple’s Xserve hardware -- the 1U servers Apple retired -- are still supported and indeed the features have been simplified and targeted towards smaller organizations, or perhaps islands within larger organizations. Apple’s Xsan storage devices are still supported as well.

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