OS X Yosemite 10.10 DP7 build 14A343f
Size: 4.7 GB Type: Operating system
OS X is 10.10 Yosemite, the new operating system for desktops and laptops Apple announced at WWDC 2014. Rumors pointed to a change in the overall design of visual interface OS X, and confirms change last year and hit iOS 7 versus their predecessors.
Creating OS X Yosemite, we tried to make the system even more powerful and easier to use, while maintaining its basic elements.
This is an important step in the evolution of OS X. Not only in terms of the updated design, but also in regard to the expansion of your ability.
The hard work on updating the OS X is thinking through all interface elements to the smallest detail.
Some differences are immediately visible, such as translucent windows and improved toolbar.
But there are many small changes, such as buttons, icons and system font.
And the more you use your Mac, the more comfortable you notice details. And, of course, the more you like them.
Translucency some interface elements OS X Yosemite allows you to better concentrate on what you're doing.
Translucent scroll bar will indicate that not all content fits on the screen.
A translucent side panel gives the opportunity to see the inactive window.
Interface of your Mac becomes completely individualized depending on what windows you have open and what the wallpaper on your desktop.
Updating OS X, we set ourselves the task is not only to improve the interface, but also make the system more functional.
We managed to implement it powerful and intuitive features that are always at hand.
And now you can quickly get important information for themselves, without detracting from the current affairs.
OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard or higher
at least 2 GB of memory
8 GB of free disk space
Some features require Apple ID; required to comply with conditions.
Some features require a compatible Internet service provider; fees may apply.
To use the Continuity (Handoff and AirDrop) requires a compatible Bluetooth LE (4.0)
System OS X 10.10 Developer Preview 5 supports the following models of Mac:
iMac (mid-2007 model or newer)
MacBook Air (late 2008 model or newer)
MacBook (late 2008 model Aluminum, late 2009 or newer)
Mac mini (early 2009 model or newer)
MacBook Pro (model mid / late 2007 or newer)
Mac Pro (early 2008 model or newer)
Xserve (early 2009 model)
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