This week, Apple previewed the latest macOS Mojave. The newest version of the world’s topmost desktop operating system brought with it an almost endless slew of pros meant to enhance user experience. The macOS Mojave has a new Dark Mode that transforms the desktop with glorious looks to ensure users are able to pay maximum attention to the content.
The Stacks feature facilitates the organization of messy desktops by automatically stacking files into neat groups. Apps like Voice Memos, News, Stocks and Home which were previously mainstays on the iOS platform have now made a new entry to the Mac field for the first time. Recently, FaceTime also announced that they now support group calling. Machmines.Com pro
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According to Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering, the macOS Mojave is a major update that will introduce powerful new features to a wide range of Mac users who use the hardware for basic home consumption and professionals in various trades. He added that Dark Mode is set to bring a dramatic new look to macOS that is focused on displaying content right before the user.
As shared by the Federighi, the Dark Mode was developedin order to rapidly transform and improve the user experience. With the emphasis on the user content, the controls can now recede into the background. For those who find the new Dark Mode hard to handle, there is the option to toggle between light and dark desktops with built-in Mac apps like Photos, Calendar, Messages, Maps,and Mail. The Dynamic Desktop now also allows the auto switching of desktop pictures to match specific times of the day. For developers, an API is available so that they can implement Dark Mode in their apps.
Desktop and Finder
The desktop stacks feature can sort even the most cluttered of desktops into neat assortments based on the file type configuration. The Stacks port is easily customizable on some file attributes like date and tags. The Finder can get significant updates in macOS Mojave featuring a brand-new Gallery View that allows users to skim through files visually. To show the file’s metadata has a Preview Pane to make it easier for the management of media assets. Some quick actions can allow users to do simple things like creating and password-protecting PDFs and running custom Automator Actions straight from the Finder.
Control of HomeKit-enabled accessories now allow people to do things like turn lights off and on or make adjustments to the settings on a thermostat without needing to step away from their machine. Voice Memos facilitate quick recording of interviews, meetings, lectures and song ideas that are shareable from iPads, iPhones or the Mac. The Stocks app delivers curated content in order to keep user abreast with the latest happenings in the market, together with a personalized watchlist and interactive charts.