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    Version Final Version - Updated

    259 downloads

    macOS Mojave is the fifteenth major release of macOS, Apple Inc's desktop operating system for Macintosh computers. The successor to macOS High Sierra, it was announced at WWDC 2018 on June 4, 2018. It brings several iOS apps to the desktop including Apple News, Voice Memos, and Home introduces a Dark Mode and is the final version of macOS to support 32-bit apps. macOS Mojave Requirements: Mac with Metal API Support MacBook: early-2015 or newer MacBook Pro: mid-2012 or newer MacBook Air: mid-2012 or newer Mac Mini: late-2012 or newer iMac: late-2012 or newer iMac Pro: late-2017 or newer Mac Pro: late-2013 or later, plus mid-2010 and mid-2012 models with recommended Metal-capable GPU MacOS Mojave delivers new features inspired by its most powerful users, but designed for everyone. Stay focused on your work using Dark Mode. Organize your desktop using Stacks. Experience four new built-in apps. And discover new apps in the reimagined Mac App Store.
 Dark Mode • Experience a dramatic new look for your Mac that puts your content front and center while controls recede into the background. • Enjoy new app designs that are easier on your eyes in dark environments.
 Desktop • View an ever-changing desktop picture with Dynamic Desktop. • Automatically organize your desktop files by kind, date, or tag using Stacks. • Capture stills and video of your screen using the new Screenshot utility.
 Finder • Find your files visually using large previews in Gallery View. • See full metadata for all file types in the Preview pane. • Rotate an image, create a PDF, and more — right in the Finder using Quick Actions. • Mark up and sign PDFs, crop images, and trim audio and video files using Quick Look.
 Continuity Camera • Photograph an object or scan a document nearby using your iPhone, and it automatically appears on your Mac. 
 Mac App Store • Browse handpicked apps in the new Discover, Create, Work, and Play tabs. • Discover the perfect app and make the most of those you have with stories, curated collections, and videos.
 iTunes • Search with lyrics to find a song using a few of the words you remember. • Start a personalized station of any artist’s music from the enhanced artist pages. • Enjoy the new Friends Mix, a playlist of songs your friends are listening to.
 Safari • Block Share and Like buttons, comment widgets, and embedded content from tracking you without your permission with enhanced Intelligent Tracking Prevention. • Prevent websites from tracking your Mac using a simplified system profile that makes you more anonymous online.
 Apple News • Read Top Stories selected by Apple News editors, trending stories popular with readers, and a customized feed created just for you. • Keep your favorite topics, channels, and saved stories up to date on your Mac and iOS devices. 
 Stocks • Create a customized watchlist and view interactive charts that sync across your Mac and iOS devices. • Browse business news driving the markets curated by Apple News editors.
 Voice Memos • Make audio recordings, listen to them as you work with other apps, or use them in a podcast, song, or video. • Access audio clips from your iPhone on your Mac using iCloud. 
 Home • Organize and control all of your HomeKit accessories from your desktop. • Receive real-time notifications from your home devices while you work.
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    Version Final Version - Updated

    249 downloads

    Mac OS X Yosemite is the eighth major release of Mac OS X (now named macOS), Apple's desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. OS X Yosemite an elegant design that feels entirely fresh, yet inherently familiar. The apps you use every day, enhanced with new features. And a completely new relationship between your Mac and iOS devices. OS X Yosemite changes how you see your Mac. With OS X Yosemite, Apple set out to elevate the experience of using a Mac. To do that, we looked at the entire system and refined it app by app. Feature by feature. Pixel by pixel. And we built great new capabilities into the interface that put need-to-know information at your fingertips. The result is that your Mac has a fresh new look, with all the power and simplicity you know and love. Mac and iOS are connected like never before. Use a Mac or an iOS device, and you can do incredible things. Use them together, and you can do so much more. Because now OS X and iOS 8 enable brilliant new features that feel magical and yet make perfect sense. Make and receive phone calls without picking up your iPhone. Start an email, edit a document, or surf the web on one device and pick up where you left off on another. Even activate your iPhone hotspot without ever taking your iPhone from your pocket or bag. Even better apps. One of the best things about a Mac is that it comes loaded with state-of-the-art, beautifully designed apps you’ll love to use every day. In OS X Yosemite, those apps give you new ways to do some of the things you do most. The apps you use to surf the web, read your mail, send messages, and organize your files and content have a simpler, more elegant look, and we’ve enhanced them with powerful new features. Software and hardware - made for each other OS X is built to bring out the best in your Mac, so you get a fully integrated system in which everything works together seamlessly. It works with the processor in your Mac to deliver the best possible performance. It works with the super-responsive trackpad in Mac notebooks so Multi‑Touch gestures feel natural to use. OS X works with your Mac hardware to keep the entire system up to date while it sleeps. Advanced power-saving technologies help extend battery life. And OS X is designed for the gorgeous Mac displays, including high‑resolution Retina displays, so fonts look crisp and graphics are vivid. Built for power. From the ground up Making powerful things simple requires some seriously advanced technologies. OS X is loaded with them. It’s built on a rock-solid, time-tested UNIX foundation that provides unparalleled stability and industry-leading support for Internet standards. OS X takes full advantage of the multicore Intel processors and fast flash storage to handle any task. And the incredible graphics capabilities in OS X supply applications like Final Cut Pro with impressive video editing power. OS X Yosemite Requirements MacBook Air (late 2008 or later) MacBook (late 2008 aluminum or later) MacBook Pro (mid-2007 or later) iMac (mid-2007 or later) Mac mini (early 2009 or later) Mac Pro (early 2008 or later) Xserve (early 2009) 2 GB RAM minimum (I recommend a minimum of 4 GB of RAM) 8 GB of drive space minimum. For basic installation, with only the default apps plus one or two of your own favorites, then 16 GB is a practical minimum.
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    Version 10.8.5 Updated

    233 downloads

    OS X Mountain Lion is the ninth major release of Mac Operating System, Apple's desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. OS X Mountain Lion brings a lot of great things from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to the Mac. You can send iMessages. Get your Mac in on Game Center. Receive notifications. And more. And with iCloud, now your Mac works even better with your iOS devices. Hardware and software made for each other. Since the software built into every Mac is created by the same company that makes the Mac, you get a fully integrated system in which everything works together perfectly. OS X works with the processor in your Mac to deliver the best possible performance. It works with the Multi-Touch trackpad in Mac notebooks so they feel natural to use. Power Nap takes advantage of the Mac hardware to keep the entire system up to date while it sleeps.1 And OS X gives you long battery life by working with the computer’s built-in sensors to dim the screen in low-light conditions and even regulating processor activity between keystrokes. Multi-Touch, Mac style. Use your fingers to tap, scroll, pinch, and swipe your way around the Mac. Because Apple makes both the hardware and software, Multi-Touch gestures are remarkably precise. This precision makes Multi-Touch the most natural and intuitive way to use a computer. When you scroll down on your trackpad or Magic Mouse, your document scrolls down. When you scroll up, your web page scrolls up. When you swipe left, your photos move left. These and many more gestures make all you do on your Mac easier, intuitive, and fun. It’s remarkably simple. From the desktop you see when you start up your Mac to the applications you use every day, everything is designed to be easy and intuitive. And it all makes perfect sense, especially if you have an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. The desktop is clean and simple. It takes one click to open an app and a few more to buy, download, and install new apps from the Mac App Store. On a Mac, it’s easy to find, share, and do just about everything. And a Mac does so many things automatically, sometimes you don’t have to do anything at all. It’s incredibly powerful. Making powerful things simple requires some seriously advanced technologies. OS X is loaded with them. Not only is it built on a rock-solid, time-tested UNIX foundation that provides unparalleled stability, it also delivers incredible performance, stunning graphics, and industry-leading support for Internet standards. Mac computers are full of the latest technologies, and OS X is engineered to take advantage of each one. It’s easy to get around. On the Mac, everything is right at your fingertips, right where you need it. The Dock is a handy place for all your favorite apps. From the Dock, you can launch apps quickly and switch between them easily. If an app isn’t on the Dock, you’ll find it in Launchpad. Go there to see all the apps on your Mac full screen and organize them however you like. And Mission Control gives you a bird’s-eye view of all your open windows, so you can keep track of everything you’re working on. OS X offers systemwide support for gorgeous, full-screen apps that use every inch of your Mac display. You can have multiple full-screen apps open at once — along with multiple apps in windows. And it’s easy to switch between full-screen and desktop views. iCloud. It’s how Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch work even better together. Sign in once with your Apple ID on your new Mac, and iCloud is automatically set up in all the apps that use it.2 So if you have iCloud set up on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, whatever you do on your Mac happens on those devices, too. And it works the other way around. Update something on another device, and the same update will be made on your Mac. So your mail, contacts, calendars, messages, documents, data, and more go wherever you go. From your Mac to your iPhone to your iPad and back to your Mac. General requirements Mac computer with an Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, or Xeon processor 2 GB or more of memory 8 GB or more of available space Supported Macs iMac (Mid 2007 or newer) MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer) MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer) MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer) Mac mini (Early 2009 or newer) Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer) Xserve (Early 2009)
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    213 downloads

    Mac OS X is the world’s most advanced operating system. Built on a rock-solid UNIX foundation and designed to be simple and intuitive, it’s what makes the Mac innovative, highly secure, compatible, and easy to use. Quite simply there is nothing else like it. Mac OS X is both easy to use and incredibly powerful. Everything — from the desktop you see when you start up your Mac to the applications you use every day — is designed with simplicity and elegance in mind. So whether you’re browsing the web, checking your email, or video chatting with a friend on another continent,* getting things done is at once easy to learn, simple to perform, and fun to do. Of course, making amazing things simple takes seriously advanced technology. Which is why Mac OS X is built on a rock-solid, time-tested UNIX foundation that provides unparalleled stability as well as industry-leading support for Internet standards. The most striking feature of a Mac is its elegant user interface, made possible by a graphics engine that’s built to leverage the advanced graphics processor in every Mac. This engine provides the power for things like high-definition video, stunning graphic effects, and high-quality animations. Fonts on the screen look beautiful and extremely readable. A soft drop shadow makes it clear at a glance which window is active and which ones are in the background. Document previews using Quick Look are high resolution so you can actually read the text. And built-in support for the PDF format means you can view and create PDFs from almost any application in the system. Since the software on every Mac is created by the same company that makes the Mac itself, you get a completely integrated system. When you have a Mac notebook, for example, it automatically detects and connects to available Wi-Fi networks. It wakes from sleep as soon as you open the display and automatically reconnects to networks so you can get back to work fast. And it gets the most out of your battery by spinning down the hard drive when it’s inactive, by intelligently deciding whether the CPU or GPU is best suited to perform a task, and by dimming the screen in low-light conditions. With virtually no effort on your part, Mac OS X protects itself — and you — from viruses, malicious applications, and other threats. It was built for the Internet in the Internet age, offering a variety of defenses from online threats. Because every Mac ships with a secure configuration, you don’t have to worry about understanding complex settings. Even better, it won’t slow you down with constant security alerts and sweeps. And Apple responds quickly to online threats and automatically delivers security updates directly to your Mac. The versatility and power of Mac OS X make it compatible in almost any environment, including Windows networks. It works with virtually all of today’s digital cameras, printers, and other peripherals without the need to download separate drivers. It opens popular file types such as JPG, MP3, and Microsoft Office documents. In addition, Mac OS X includes built-in support for the industry-standard PDF format, so you can read and create PDFs from almost any application in the system — perfect for sharing work with colleagues whether they use a Mac or a PC. And if you want to run Windows on your Mac, you can do that, too. Features 64 Bit: 64-bit computing used to be the province of scientists and engineers, but now this generational shift in computing gives all users the tools to apply the power of 64-bit to speed up everything from everyday applications to the most demanding scientific computations. Although Mac OS X is already 64-bit capable in many ways, Snow Leopard takes the next big step by rewriting nearly all system applications in 64-bit code¹ and by enabling the Mac to address massive amounts of memory. Now Mac OS X is faster, more secure, and completely ready for the future. Grand Central Dispatch: More cores, not faster clock speeds, drive performance increases in today’s processors. Grand Central Dispatch takes full advantage by making all of Mac OS X multicore aware and optimizing it for allocating tasks across multiple cores and processors. Grand Central Dispatch also makes it much easier for developers to create programs that squeeze every last drop of power from multicore systems. Open CL: With graphics processors surpassing speeds of a trillion operations per second, they’re capable of considerably more than just drawing pictures. OpenCL in Snow Leopard is a technology that makes it possible for developers to tap the vast gigaflops of computing power currently in the graphics processor and use it for any application. QuickTime X: Snow Leopard introduces QuickTime X, a major leap forward that advances modern media and Internet standards. QuickTime X includes a brand-new player application, offers optimized support for modern codecs, and delivers more efficient media playback, making it ideal for any application that needs to play media content. Faster, more powerful Safari: Safari renders web pages at high speed and delivers a range of new features, including full history search, smart address and search fields, an innovative way to display your top sites, industry-leading support for web standards, and more. With Snow Leopard, Safari delivers up to 50 percent faster JavaScript performance thanks to its 64-bit support.6 In addition, Safari is even more resistant to crashes. It turns out that the number one cause of crashes in Mac OS X is browser plug-ins. So Apple engineers redesigned Safari to make plug-ins run separately. If a plug-in crashes on a web page, Safari will keep running. Out of the Box Support for Microsoft Exchange: With Snow Leopard, the Mac is the only computer with built-in support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. So you can use your Mac — with all the features and applications you love — at home and at work and have all your messages, meetings, and contacts in one place. Mac OS X Snow Leopard Requirements: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor or Higher Mac computer with an Intel processor 1GB of memory 5GB of free disk space DVD drive for installation Some features require a compatible Internet service provider Some features require Apple’s MobileMe service
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