About Mac OS X

The Macintosh is a bundle of  computers which was designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc. The original Macintosh computer was first brought up by Steve Jobs on January 24, 1984. This was the company’s first mass scale market personal computer. This model was later renamed to “Macintosh 128k”. Since 1998, Apple has heavily phased out the Macintosh name in help of “Mac”, though the product family has been nicknamed as “Mac” or “the Mac”.

And Apple Inc. also develops the operating system for the Mac computers, currently OS X version 10.11 “El Capitan”. Macs are currently capable of running non-Apple operating systems such as the Linux, and Microsoft Windows with the aid of Boot Camp or third-party software. Anyway the use of Mac OS X in non-Apple products is highly restricted.

When talking about OS X it is a series of operating systems (OS) developed and published by the Apple Inc. It is designed to work or run on Macintosh computers. Within the market of desktop, laptops, tabs and home computers, and by web usage, OS X is one of the  most widely used desktop OS.

Mac OS X is the internal operating system of your Mac. It’s the basic system that enables your Mac to work. All the files, folders and programs, connecting the internet, battery consumption are handled by Mac OS X. And some more advantages about Mac OS X are,

On a Mac, it is easy to find, share, and do just about everything. You can control your Mac with simple and quick gestures. The Dock lets you open your apps with a click. The browser lets you browse and arrange your files on your Mac and in your iCloud with no effort. The spotlight search makes positioning documents, opening apps, and looking up information quick inside your system and also in the internet.

Another feature about mac is the Multi-Touch trackpad, it is unique to Mac, and makes gestures easy and smooth so using your fingers to tap, scroll down and up, pinch, and swipe feels perfectly natural and it will be very productive when using it.

OS X is built to bring out the best in your Mac, OS X even keeps your Mac up to date while it sleeps. Advanced power-saving technologies help long lasting battery life. And in OS X El Capitan, new system fonts are designed to look smooth and bright on high-resolution Retina displays.

When talking about OS X, it takes full advantage of the multicore Intel method and fast flash storage in your Mac to make speed work of any task. And the fabulous graphics capacity in OS X supply applications like Final Cut Pro with magnificent power.

And good thing about Mac OS X is the Security. Fewer Macs in use make it less likely to face a virus or malware designed for the platform. And Mac has a much more stable environment than Windows. IPods, iPads and other Apple-based devices offer convenience to people.

Mac OS X is always there for the ease of work, so make sure your Mac runs smoothly. By learning more about Mac OS X, you will become a more efficient and confident Mac user.