3950 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 8, 2009 8:07 AM by Mike Johnson12
OK, I figured it out. My updates where getting put into the top of the Application Folder, but I had moved iTunes and a bunch of other OSX applications into their own folder to tidy up. I had not actually ever ran the newer version or iTunes, and the version in the OSX folder was 8.0.2.
Yesterday, I ran Delicious Library, which undoubted accessed the newer 8.1.1 in the default location. When I trashed the 8.0.2, the problem was solved. I didn't realized that the version in the folder wasn't being updated.
If using Software Update from the System Prefs- it will only look at default apps located in specific locations. If you move an default app then it will not 'see' what version you have hence no update as Software Update only looks specific folders.
I leave all default apps in their original locations and have sub-folders labeled as Apps 2 and Utilities 2 to avoid a very cluttered Apps/Utility folders.