Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
Apple today released the third update to Mac OS X, aptly named 10.0.3.
According to the Read Me:
This update delivers CD burning support for iTunes, a number of improvements for overall application stability and includes the latest version of the Internet file transfer service (ftpd) which features important security improvements.
For users with Mac OS 10.0 or 10.0.1 the update is 14.9 MB. If you already have 10.0.2 installed a better alternative is to download the 1.6 MB version of the update via System Preferences > Software Update. (Does it bother anyone else that many downloads via Software Update are not saveable for future installations?)
What is your take on 10.0.3?