“Perhaps it is fitting that with this version of OS X named Mavericks, which is named after the epic big wave surf spot near Half Moon Bay, CA, Apple has released hands down the best web surfing experience on a Mac yet. The new Safari is noticeably faster,” Bajarin writes. “It was no surprise to me, given my workflow, that I appreciate the new multiple display features. In particular, the menu bars and docks are now available on all monitors, which is extremely handy. It may seem like a little feature but it’s actually a big deal in increasing efficiency of workflow when using multiple monitors. You kind of feel like you are using three actual Macs when in this multi-screen mode.”
Much more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: As Bajarin discusses in his full article, you haven’t lived until you’ve run OS X Mavericks on a new MacBook Air. Wall outlets in airports, etc.? Who needs them? They’re for the Windows PC craptop sufferers.