OS X Mavericks is the Mac operating system is designed to be easy to use and engineered to take full advantage of the technologies built into every computer we make. So everything works just the way you expect it to. OS X also comes with powerful apps for browsing the web, sending messages, setting reminders, and so much more. And the apps work great with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, too.
OS X Mavericks is the tenth major release of Mac OS X (now named macOS), Apple's desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. Mavericks is an impressive operating system which has come up with lots of new features and updates.
With OSX Mavericks you can now take the whole world on your desktop. You can easily look up for different directions and then finally send them to iPhone for recognition of your voice. You can get local points of interests like photos, restaurants with phone numbers etc.
To help you get the most out of your Mac, we looked at everything. From how OS X works with the hardware to how it works with your apps. The closer we looked, the more ways we found to increase battery efficiency. And boost performance, too. Take a look at just a few of the advanced technologies that help your Mac work smarter, not harder.
In OS X Mavericks, Timer Coalescing groups low-level operations together, creating tiny periods of idle time that allow your CPU to enter a low-power state more often. With its activity reduced up to 72 percent, the CPU uses less energy, giving your battery a break, too. This happens so fast you won’t notice a thing. And your Mac still gets just as much done just as quickly.
App Nap helps you save power when you’re working with multiple apps at the same time. OS X can tell when an app is completely hidden behind other windows. And if that app isn’t currently doing something for you — playing music, downloading a file, or checking email, for example — App Nap conserves valuable battery life by slowing the app down. But as soon as you start to use it again, the app instantly shifts back to full speed. It’s so seamless you’ll think it had been running that way all along. App Nap works the same way with Safari tabs, so only the visible tab is running at full speed. With App Nap, CPU energy use can be reduced by up to 23 percent.
Many websites display animations using power-hungry plug-ins that can drain precious battery life. But OS X Mavericks is watching out for you. The new Safari Power Saver feature recognizes the difference between what you came to see and the stuff you probably didn’t. If the content is front and center it plays as usual. But if it’s off in the margins, Safari Power Saver pauses it. You’ll see a static preview, and it won’t run until you click to play it. So if you don’t want to watch something, it won’t take a toll on your battery life. With Safari Power Saver, when you’re browsing websites with plug-in content, your CPU will use up to 35 percent less power.
OS X Mavericks improves the energy efficiency of iTunes HD video playback. So go ahead and watch iTunes HD TV shows and movies full screen even when you’re unplugged. The video playback engine takes greater advantage of the efficient graphics hardware in your Mac and reduces the frequency of disk access. Even audio playback is more energy efficient. Altogether, your CPU will use up to 35 percent less energy while you’re watching video.
The more memory your Mac has at its disposal, the faster it works. But when you have multiple apps running, your Mac uses more memory. With OS X Mavericks, Compressed Memory allows your Mac to free up memory space when you need it most. As your Mac approaches maximum memory capacity, OS X automatically compresses data from inactive apps, making more memory available.
- OS X v10.6.8 or later
- 2GB of memory
- 8GB of available space
- Some features require an Apple ID.
- Some features require a compatible Internet service provider.
- iMac (Mid 2007 or newer)
- MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer)
- MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer)
- Xserve (Early 2009)
- MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer)
- Mac mini (Early 2009 or newer)
- Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer)