Updating to a newer version of mac os x
Read our tips for using Multiple Displays in Mavericks With Mavericks, those with an Air Play connected TV will be able to treat it as an extra display (currently you can only mirror the display).
After you’ve upgraded it will be possible to drag windows from your Mac display to your TV screen via an Apple TV, complete with menu bar and Dock.
Mac OS X Lion to Mountain Lion was just £13.99 at launch (.99 in the US). One reason for updating from Mountain Lion to Mavericks would clearly be the new look and style.
While it doesn’t have the same leap that we’ve seen in i OS 6 to i OS 7 there is a striking new set of features.
Maps will enable you to plan journeys and then bounce the plan to your i OS device (handy for sat-nav directions); i Books will enable you to read books from i Books cloud, as well as add notes and bookmarks. Read our i Books on a Mac tips here According to Wikipedia: As of its beta release, OS X Mavericks is compatible with all Macs that are capable of running OS X Mountain Lion.
Read our Finder tips here Once you’ve installed Mavericks you will be able to utilize both screens in fullscreen mode and it will also be possible to drag fullscreen apps between displays.
In Mavericks each display has equal worth, and features it’s own Dock and Menu bar.
A new i Cloud keychain will store your passwords, credit-card numbers, and personal contact information and syncs them between devices running Mavericks or the also-forthcoming i OS 7. Mac OS X Mavericks i Cloud Keychain will help Read our i Cloud Keychain tips Safari has had an overhaul and a new sidebar contains bookmarks, history and the new Shared Links tab.
The release of Mac OS X Mavericks (version 10.9) bought more than 200 new features to Apple Mac computers.And as Apple continues to dominate the mobile space there’s deeper integration with i OS, the operating system used on i Phone and i Pad.