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Apple updates OS X El Capitan with final non-security fixes

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    Apple today updated OS X El Capitan, likely for the last time other than for security patches.

    The update -- the sixth since El Capitan debuted last September -- signaled that its successor, macOS Sierra, may appear earlier on the calendar than the last several annual upgrades.

    El Capitan 10.11.6 featured a very short list of resolved stability and compatibility issues, including unsaved parental control settings and inaccessible networked speakers and multi-function printers. A trio of enterprise-specific bug fixes were also baked into the update to improve startup time when connecting to a NetBoot server -- which allows Macs to be booted from a network, rather than the local drive -- and deal with a problem authenticating with Microsoft's Active Directory, a mainstay in corporations.

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