Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2015/10/28

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Subject: [Leica] El Capitan
From: Frank.Dernie at (Frank Dernie)
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2015 09:34:09 +0000
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I updated only to find that my whole archive of emails going back over 12 
years was no longer visible. The support forum came up with an incredibly 
long winded and difficult way of retrieving them which lost the file layout 
so I backdated to Yosemite.

It seems to me that the post-cat OSX named free updates are all making 
computers more Cloud dependant and more like an iPhone. I do not want this 
but am probably being forced this way eventually.

My preference is to archive and backup data locally so most of what is going 
on at Apple does not meet my approval. It would have been OK if the roll out 
of the iCloud had not made such a cod?s-head of my contacts and diary.
OMHO the last few OSX updates have been downgrades :(

Frank D

> On 28 Oct 2015, at 05:45, Robert Rose <robert.rose at> wrote:
> Anyone make the leap to El Capitan?  I downloaded it then read several 
> negative reviews and got cold feet.  Since everything works (almost) right 
> now I may ignore this upgrade and wait for OS 10.12.
> My bread and butter apps and hardware are:
> Lightroom
> Photoshop
> Safari
> Epson V700 scanner
> Epson 3800 printer
> several USB 3 external hard drives
> If any of these broke I would be screwed.
> Robert Rose
> robert.rose at <mailto:robert.rose at>
> <>
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