Apple today at its WWDC 2013 unveiled OS X Mavericks. The first feature on this newest instalment of OS X includes finder tabs – a browser like system based in Windows followed by tagging. Tagging allow you to tag files based on location, making it easy to searchable. There are now multiple displays also on board on the Mac, making it hugely powerful way to work. Also, if you have an “Finally, if you have an AirPlay-connected HDTV, it acts as a full power connected display as well.
The new OS X will focus more on battery life as well as responsiveness along with other features that will play important role to power users. Apple TV can also be used as an external display using AirPlay. Also, the OS X Mavericks will now focused on supporting power usage on the CPU reducing it by up 72 percent. The Mavericks OS comes with an updated Safari browser and iCloud keychains.
With the new OS X, users will also receive notifications right on the desktop from email, Facetime and other push notifications. The OS X will also update your apps straightaway in the background, means you need not to do it yourself.
The new OS X also comes with an updated calendar which allows you to keep the track of events, weather and a refreshed design while the Maps has been spruced up as well as includes 3D flyover date. Thanks to Mavericks, iBooks also made its place to the Mac.
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