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5 Latest Mac OS X – El Capitan – Improvements You Need To Know Today!

There’s still some time before you could get your hands on the latest Mac OS X version, El Capitan. While its Beta edition is out and many developers have gotten it, we thought we’d highlight a few of its basics so you know what you could expect from it when it will release by the end of the year.

First things first; the wait for El Capitan is surely going to be very much worth it. Like with everything else that’s an Apple product, this OS version too promises you better functionality, wide-ranging features, and simple to use tools in order to provide you enhanced computing power. All you Apple fans would be particularly delighted when we’ll tell you that this version is expected to be far more performance-oriented, secured and reliable as compared to its predecessors OS X Yosemite and OS X Mavericks. Like we told you, the wait’s very much worth!

‘Notes’ gets better with its revamped interface

The app that you’ve previously used for simpler tasks is all set to now offer you better functionality and tools. The revamped Notes app will allow you to add to it third party content such as PDF, documents, web page urls and so on. To add content to Notes, you will just have to use the Share option and you can instantly add images, web links, maps and directions, and also your grocery list.

Locating the Cursor on your screen gets easier

Certainly, there’s nothing productive about hunting for your cursor on the screen; it wastes time and can be irritating as well. With El Capitan, you can simply do away with this task. Just move your finger over the touchpad or wiggle the connected mouse and you will see that the cursor has swelled, making it easier for you to locate it.

The San Francisco font style

Yes, this was initially developed to be used on Apple Watch due to its better readability quotient. However, you will also get this font style with your latest OS X version that will definitely power your computing sessions and make your documents appear professional and interesting.

Better window management for improved experience

With cleaner and prompter Split View and Mission Control features, El Capitan aims to make you far more productive and instant. You can now use two apps side-by-side and even organize your apps across the different spaces, effortlessly. This way you can save time and efforts looking for the different apps and also enjoy concentrating on the ones that you need or are presently working on.

Spotlight

No, we couldn’t have missed out on this one. The Spotlight feature on El Capitan has been designed and improved to offer you faster search results with better accuracy and precision. So, right from ‘the mails that Diana sent you yesterday’ to the ‘documents you worked on last week’ to the ‘images you edited last month’ – you can look for everything you want on Spotlight and let the feature offer you just that, sourced from a wider collection of data sources. You can even look for random information like the weather forecast for your city for the next week and you will promptly have it.

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These aren’t all – rather, these just show the beginning to an endless list of enhancements that Apple’s been working on to provide you along with El Capitan. So, irrespective of whether you’re a casual user or use your Mac machine all the time, these simple yet handy enhancements would definitely make your sessions even more enriching and quick. So, when are you planning to upgrade to El Capitan?

For more updates on the improvements, Contact Mac OS X Support Phone number to resolve your query.

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