You may know that your Mac can send you notifications via the native Notifications Center, introduced in OS X Mountain Lion. You can get notified via a pop up badge or alert window for various activities, like iMessages, Calendar events, … Read more › The post Keep Your Private Notifications Off Your Lock Screen In Mavericks [OS X Tips] appeared first on Cult of Mac.
The Apple OS X Mavericks OS was released less than two weeks ago with no charge and already more than 10% of all Mac users have upgraded to the new iOS. The OS X Mavericks Adoption rate was helped along by a platform which offers more than 200 new features. Show More Summary
If Apple decided to make updates to its OS X operating system free in part to drive more rapid consumer uptake, it was a great decision: Market adoption of its new OS X Mavericks operating system has beaten adoption of the preceding Mountain Lion version by a large margin.
We’ve been able to change the name of our Mac documents from the title bar since OS X Mountain Lion, and it’s made for an interesting new workflow. In fact, there was a nice little drop down menu that would … Read more › The post Change The Name, Tags, And Location From Any Document Title Bar In Mavericks [OS X Tips] appeared first on Cult of Mac.
New operating systems always bring new problems, and Mavericks is no different. The Migration Assistant in Mountain Lion had a tendency to crash while copying over your files, while other Macs with the OS dropped Wi-Fi after waking from sleep. The Mavericks update seems to have gone smoothly for most, but it’s far from trouble-free.... Read More
Back in OS X Lion and then again in OS X Mountain Lion, Apple hid access to the user Library folder to prevent neophyte OS X users from messing around in the areas of the file system that could cause … Read more › The post Mavericks Makes It Way Easier To Access Your Library Folder [OS X Tips] appeared first on Cult of Mac.
Apple has started selling OS X Mountain Lion redemption codes, alongside OS X Lion, for $20 each—so you can still buy the old OS if you need to. Read more...
With OS X Mavericks being rolled out to the masses, there are probably still Mac users running on much older versions of Mac computers, meaning that their devices might not be eligible for an upgrade to Mavericks. What this means isShow More Summary
Apple is now offering redemption codes on its online store for both OS X 10.7 Lion and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion for users of older Macs who have not previously purchased the software, reports TechCrunch. Lion and Mountain Lion, whichShow More Summary
Apple on Thursday initiated online voucher sales for two legacy OS X version, Mountain Lion and Lion, with the offering aimed at easing the process of upgrading older Mac hardware.
Apple has started selling older versions of OS X through the Apple Online Store. Despite the fact that neither operating system can be purchased through the Mac App Store, you can still buy them for $19.99 each through Apple’s website. Rather than a physical disc with the software, you’ll get a code that can […]
Apple has begun selling OS X Mountain Lion redemption codes alongside OS X Lion for $20 each. Lion was previously available for purchase directly from Apple over the phone, but the company has decided to make it easier to purchase either version of the older OS X vintages directly online. Show More Summary
It has only been out for two days, but OS X Mavericks already accounts for 5.5% of OS X’s total web traffic in North America, according to tracking firm Chitika. For comparison, Mountain Lion adoption was only at 1.6% two … Read more › The post Mavericks First-Week Adoption In North America Is Already Double What Mountain Lion’s Was appeared first on Cult of Mac.
A lot of users shied away from OS X’s built-in Calendar and the stitched-leather look of its Lion and Mountain Lion incarnations, but in Mavericks the app returns to its former sleek glory—and it has learned a few tricks, too. A new look When you launch Mavericks’ Calendar app, the new-old aesthetic will grab your attention. Show More Summary
Just 24 hours after launch, the newest revision of Apple's desktop operating system is responsible for 5.5 percent of all North American web traffic originating from Macs, a new study says.
People like free. At least, that’s what the latest OS X Mavericks adoption numbers from Chitika Insights suggest. 24 hours after Apple launched Mavericks, the new OS accounted for 5.5 percent of... Keep reading ?
MacPhun has launched a fully-featured photo editing software suite, called Intensify and Intensify Pro, designed for Macs. Announced today, Intensify is available for devices running OS X 10.7 (Lion) or higher... Keep reading ?
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Apple’s latest computer operating system, OS X Mavericks, was released yesterday and it seems that the operating system is being adopted faster than its predecessor, OS X Mountain Lion. According to the numbers released by analytics firm, GoSquared, they have found that OS X Mavericks now accounts for 6-8% of all OS X traffic. Show More Summary
If you own a 2013 MacBook Air that is still running on OS X Mountain Lion, you might want to consider update to the free OS X Mavericks update that was released just yesterday. Granted there are some changes made to the operating system...Show More Summary