OS X 10.11 El Capitan is here at last!
Apart from UI and usability improvements the major update of the release is related to security system, we will discuss it below.
To enhance OS X security and reliability Apple introduces new safety system officially called System Integrity Protection (SIP), it is also known as “Rootless” feature.
The system accomplishes two tasks:
- restricts root access
- protects system integrity on the disk and memory
Thus your system’s update to El Captain will disable applications that inject code into OS X processes. This will also affect file managers that are not fully compatible with the new system. Such apps change the processes by adding features whilst they are running. OS X 10.11 El Capitan however does not allow making such changes.
New security system protects system files. The latter can be modified only by Apple installers, and also via Software update. Apple decided that certain actions cannot be performed by third party software. This means that the app that “inject” themselves into system processes will not work anymore.
I am happy to announce that updating your system to OS X 10.11 El Capitan will have no impact on Commander One 1.1. It is absolutely independent program that does not conflict with the new Apple security system, and you can keep utilizing benefits offered by the app.
P.S.//If after upgrading to OS X 10.11 El Capitan your file manager does not function anymore, we will give you 50% discount on Commander One PRO Pack – provided you have a proof that you have purchased other file manager before.
Yours Peter Wood