OS X El Capitan Introduced, Experience Based Upgrade

Rahul Bagdai
By Rahul Bagdai
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Yosemite’s there since long, it’s time that we say a good bye! Apple introduces OS X El Capitan, the latest version of it’s own desktop OS, version OS X 10.11 which is an experience based upgrade. Things were introduced at WWDC conference June 8th 2015 at San Francisco. Yosemite brought us a visual change and a totally differentiated UI, El Capitan is looking forward to improvise the usability and functionality for the mac.

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So what’s new with this one? Gestures is the first thing. In the mail application, swipe right to delete a message. Apple also improvised the Spotlight searches with support to sentences and natural talk like Google Now, for example: “Documents I worked on last March.” It has also been spread over to Finder, Notes and many more apps. Like windows, now you can adjust apps by snapping them side-by-side and enjoy better multi tasking.

We saw the Metal graphics back then on the iOS devices, yeah, you get it right, it comes to El Capitan. Improvising speed an performance to very high peaks, it also improves the battery life. It will also make it easier to port games. Also high-end rendering software can make use of it such as Adobe.

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Finally, it is available to developers today and the rest will need t wait till the fall!

 

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Yosemite’s there since long, it’s time that we say a good bye! Apple introduces OS X El Capitan, the latest version of it’s own desktop OS, version OS X 10.11 which is an experience based upgrade. Things were introduced at WWDC conference June 8th 2015 at San Francisco. Yosemite brought us a visual change and a totally differentiated UI, El Capitan is looking forward to improvise the usability and functionality for the mac.

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So what’s new with this one? Gestures is the first thing. In the mail application, swipe right to delete a message. Apple also improvised the Spotlight searches with support to sentences and natural talk like Google Now, for example: “Documents I worked on last March.” It has also been spread over to Finder, Notes and many more apps. Like windows, now you can adjust apps by snapping them side-by-side and enjoy better multi tasking.

We saw the Metal graphics back then on the iOS devices, yeah, you get it right, it comes to El Capitan. Improvising speed an performance to very high peaks, it also improves the battery life. It will also make it easier to port games. Also high-end rendering software can make use of it such as Adobe.

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Finally, it is available to developers today and the rest will need t wait till the fall!

 

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