Maps: Another feature borrowed from iPhone and iPad, Maps features 3D view, interactive flyover and vector graphics thus enhancing your cross platform experience. It is now possible to look up for directions in your map and send them to your iOS device via iCloud which gives voice navigation along with map while you travel. It does imitate Google maps by providing information about local points like photos, phone numbers and even reviews. One of the most fascinating things about Maps is that it integrates with OSX calendar, contacts and mail too; hence estimating time to travel for an appointment in calendar is easier than ever.
iBooks: Offers more interaction of books other than just reading like zooming, highlighting, searching, bookmarking, make notes and so on. It is great for doing comparative study as it allows two books to be open at the same time.
Calendar: Event inspector makes calendar more intelligent by suggesting addresses. It blends well with Maps that now weather forecast, getting direction and calculating time to travel can all be done at once. [/three_fourth] 5. Tags and Finder: Mavericks have improved user interface [one_fourth last="no"][/one_fourth][three_fourth last="yes"] Finder: Mavericks has consolidated all finder windows into one, making your desktop more ordered. It looks like web browser having multiple tabs in one window. It even allows moving files from one tab to another. Finder also features file sharing via iMessage, AirDrop, email, Twitter, Facebook and Flicker. Tags: With much improved organizing mechanism of tagging files, Mavericks can help not only with your Mac but also iCloud. Any number of such tags can be made to a file. By just clicking ‘Important’ in the sidebar lists out all the files which have been tagged important, irrelevant to the location or folder it is present. [/three_fourth] 6. Multi support screen: Mavericks make you do more with multiple screens [one_fourth last="no"] [/one_fourth][three_fourth last="yes"] Your Mac can have any number of displays as needed that also without losing other benefits of desktop computing. Each display will have their own dock and menu bar, and you can control it entirely the way you want; run two different full screen apps on two displays or run full screen app on one and multiple window on the other. Even you can turn your HDTV into second display using AirPlay and Apple TV. [/three_fourth] In Short Apple is reformulating its desktop technology by adding more features, improving the old ones and definitely by making it free. Features like tags deliver more organizing option redefining the folder structure to a new level. It is definitely a breakthrough with Mavericks, improving battery life and performance by inventing new ways of computing and scheduling. It definitely seems that our prayers have been answered with Maps and iBooks being now extended to Mac, a long desire feature. Smart browsing is introduced with new Safari and iCloud Keychain. With improvements and features Mavericks have definitely given a new and powerful face to OSX. [separator top="10" style="shadow"] [tagline_box backgroundcolor="" shadow="no" border="1px" bordercolor="" highlightposition="right, left, top or bottom" link="https://www.cabotsolutions.com/project-planner/" linktarget="" button="Project Planner" title="Better estimation & planning can help you build a stronger business solution ! " description="Launch our project planner to get going in less than a minute. "][/tagline_box] Reference: http://techcrunch.com/2013/10/24/os-x-mavericks-review/ http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2013/06/10Apple-Releases-Developer-Preview-of-OS-X-Mavericks-With-More-Than-200-New-Features.html http://www.apple.com/osx/whats-new
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