SkyDrive – Microsoft’s very own personal cloud storage solution, has been quite a pleasant experience since its conception over 6 years ago. At the time, SkyDrive was more of an experimental service to separately sign up for. In April, 2012, SkyDrive became available for every single Microsoft account whether you use it or not, and is now deeply integrated into Windows 8. Sure, it doesn’t seem any better on non-Windows systems than other cloud storage system, until now. SkyDrive for iOS has brought forth a much needed feature – for me, at least.
Linux Kernel 3.12 has been released recently and is a stable kernel, meaning it is utterly safe to upgrade to. Kernel 3.12 comes with far more than simple bug fixes. It is pretty much comes with features that will revamp your system performance-wise from the ground up.
The Linux kernel 3.11.6 is out and has brought a few changes and bug fixes along with it. Even if you don’t find any difficulties with your system, you might as well upgrade just to stay current.
Gestures have become an important form of interacting with your Mac, ever since Apple introduced multitouch for the trackpad. It started with a simple collection of two finger gestures – spread and pinch to zoom in and out, secondary click and two finger pan – as well as redefining a few single touch gestures. Of course, as time passed they crammed in room for more fingers. We’ll not go that deep into it. Mavericks doesn’t really differ that much from Mountain Lion in terms of gestures. The real updates have happened to the interpretation of these gestures.
Linux Kernel 3.11.3 is out and it seems a perfect kernel update to upgrade to since Kernel 3.11 stable. It fixes quite a few annoyances and we’d recommend you get it just for the sake of being current out of everything else. Of course, kernels come out all the time so you might want to check out if you wish to have the latest kernel by visiting here from time to time.