I just noticed that updating the firmware of my MacBook has become a pleasant experience and is no longer the ugly, awkward procedure of the past. Since I am not sure when it happened, is this another positive change the Intel-Switch has brought about?
I once blogged about (but can’t find the URL now) how updating the firmware of a Mac used to be the un-Mac-likest thing a Mac user could experience. Now, it is another testimonial to the Mac way of life: download the firmware update, restart Mac (do not pull plug while it restarts…) - done! There is no step three!