Operating system updates are frequent and released time to time in order to make existing systems work more efficiently and smoothly. Surprisingly, every update comes with a handful of issues. And Apple’s OS X El Capitan version 10.11.4 is no exemption. This update is known for bringing facility to share Live Photos between OS X and iOS through AirDrop or messages and passcode-protected note-taking app. Most of the issues are more or less same as they are associated with customary performance lag and apps. Following is a selective list having a few common issues of OS X El Capitan version 10.11.4 and their fixes.
Mac makes you face slow boot or performance issue
Simply reset system management controller (SMC) on the Mac. Use the following steps for resolving the same issue with iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro and Xserve. These include:
Retuning SMC of MacBook Air, MacBook Pro Retina or MacBook Pro during non-removal battery
It is possible that you might lose the power settings if you reset the SMC. In case any change has been employed to the Mac hardware, you might need to adjust some features. After resetting a Mac machine SMC, the boot time can be a bit longer than normal. Finally, you need to restart your Mac to apply the changes.
Mac apps don’t launch or damaged
If you are passing through the same situation, just reboot the Mac into Safe mode and initiate the terminal application. To do so, just create a separate Admin account and restart and log into that admin account. Then, execute the following at the command line: cd / private/var/folders/. After this, recognize the directories with command line: Is –al. After finding the problematic folder, delete the folder having “rm” command. Then, restart your Mac
If all Mac app icons show as nonspecific
Just execute the command line syntax and restart the Mac. It will force the Finder cache to rebuild, the app icons will appear as normal again. Contact Mac Phone number support
Mac arbitrarily freezing after the update
Forcefully reboot the Mac and the Mac would come to normalcy again. If the problem is associated with Safari, claims OS X Daily. Always use Google chrome and manually force quit the Safari processes if you get no response.