The repair function of the access rights has long been standard in OS X. Despite its ambiguity, Apple is allowed if you need to run Disk utility and verify and repair disk permissions, caused by software failures. The new version of OS X El Capitan has brought about changes in this finely tuned process.
“I was shocked when I found out, how did Disk utility. I can’t believe that there is no possibility to verify and repair permissions or disk. This is no longer a utility,” says SelectGroup.
In this case we are talking about disk utility under number 15, which is part of OS X El Capitan. Previously, she held a number of important functions. For example, scan the system disk for the presence of invalid objects. Another important function was the management of hard disks: formatting, partitioning, bug fixes. Now this functionality is not available to anyone with a Mac out of the box.
But most likely the majority of OS X users will not notice changes. If you believe the statistics, only a small portion “of MacOS users” used the recovery function access rights.
If you are one of those who preferred to fix the errors manually, then please hurry. OS X El Capitan has built-in automatic scanning of the file system. She regularly checks the drive and corrects any software crashing. At least in theory.
So looked Disk utility in OS X Yosemite:
And it looks like now:
Much more visual and therefore easy to use the demonstration data distribution on the disk. In fact, Disk utility has provided questionable value to work with files. Apple claims, it was almost a panacea for all problems. But the reality was that most of the damaged data and remained unfound. Any special software from the App Store offers much more opportunities.
OS X El Capitan became available as a free update on September 30. With operating system is compatible with all Macs released in 2009 or later, and some models introduced in 2007 and 2008.