Norman Mackay
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Mac5 commented on 09 Apr 2014
I have had two attempts at both downloading and installing this update.
The first download informed me that there was an unknown problem and could not install.
The second attempt did download, but would not install having closed all the required apps before installation..
[Version 14.4.1]



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Mac5 reviewed on 11 Nov 2013
This release appears to have fixed the problems I was having using with my Logitech diNovo Edge and VX Revoltion keyboard. Both had extreme lag and were at times locking up.
Like many other Mac Logitech users I am continually surprised at often poor quality Mac software in relation to their extremely good hardware.
In any event, this update has fixed the problem i was encountering with both my Logitech keyboard and mouse.
[Version 3.9]



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Mac5 commented on 06 Nov 2013
I've gone back to my Apple mouse and keyboard with total success on both accounts..
No need for Logitech hardware that no longer works with Mac OS, and to be honest, at times it has given me problems over the years.
Somehow never quite worked 100% on some of my Mac's.
[Version 3.8.0]



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Mac5 commented on 05 Nov 2013
I've been trialling Viber on my android smart phone, my iPad, and my iMac with good results. Its early days yet, but it has good potential for Mac users.. and its a free download from the app store or the Viber site.
[Version 6.9.0.701]



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Mac5 commented on 04 Nov 2013
Skype looks like an app from the eighties.
Really shocking interface... so yesterday, and no at all inspiring - at least not for the Mac user.
I think its about had its time and will be replaced by something superior, although it is still free.. and works most of the time.
[Version 6.9.0.701]



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Mac5 commented on 29 Oct 2013
I had tried previously deleted all previous Logitech user preferences in attempt to get this update to work with Mavericks.
It did not work for me.
The lag problem still exists on my iMac using Mavericks.
This only happened once I had installed Mavericks, and was not present using Mountain Lion.
[Version 3.8.0]



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Mac5 reviewed on 29 Oct 2013
I am also experiencing the lag problem using this latest version of LCC.
I use a Di Novo keyboard and a VX mouse, both of which have reduced to a crawl. At times the delay can be as much as 5 seconds.
I have reverted back to a wired apple keyboard and mouse and the problem has all but gone..
A definite bug in this software.
[Version 3.8.0]



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Mac5 reviewed on 27 Oct 2013
It took forever to download this monster along with all the add on updates, and to make matters worse its slowed our second iMac down to a crawl when trying to open any type of file or menu. Its effected my Logitech Di Novo keyboard and mouse so much that I'v had to use a USB mouse and standard Apple type bluetooth keyboard.
I've tried every trick I know to fix these problems, but they still persist.
There appears to be several issues at play that are causing this huge slowdown. I'm hoping Apple releases a patch sometime soon, and that all the other third party developers post updates sooner than later.
Not a smooth transition from ML to Mavericks..
[Version 10.9]



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Mac5 commented on 19 Oct 2013
There are so many variables when comparing browsers in the speed stakes.
I find it on some days Safari is the fastest, and on others its Google. A lot depends on the amount of net traffic and certain sites being heavily accessed by surfers.
I don't think any one browser has the lead when it comes to speed.
I'm using ML 10.8.5 with 16GB of RAM on a newish i7 core iMac, and can honestly say no one browser has the edge for me.
[Version 30.0.1599.101]



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Mac5 commented on 27 Sep 2013
I would advise Mac users not to down load this latest version. I now find I am unable to sign into Skype using my correct details.
My password is no longer recognised and I am having difficulty reinstalling the older version as well.
[Version 6.9.60.513]



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