Gaim, the open source multi-protocol instant messaging client installed on all desktop computers, is being updated to the newly-named version called Pidgin.
An change to InfoMaker was made this morning that will cause current InfoMaker icons on the desktop to disappear. Users will need to go to his/her “EMU Applications” folder on the desktop and drag a new InfoMaker icon to the desktop.
iTunes and QuickTime have been updated to the most recent version. Users will get the update on the next restart.
Firefox has now been upgraded to the current version, 220.127.116.11. End users shouldn’t see this update because it will occur in the background the next time the computer is rebooted.