“During Yesterday’s keynote presentation on the upcoming OS X El Capitan, Apple’s Craig Federighi outlined a number of the new features of the upcoming release of OS X,” Topher Kessler reports for MacIssues. “In particular he focused on new window management approaches, and Spotlight searches, as well as some performance improvements with the optimized ‘Metal’ API.”
Kessler writes, “However, there are a few additional improvements in OS X 10.11 noted that Federighi did not discuss, but which might be quite beneficial.”
Hidden improvements for your Mac in OS X 10.11 El Capitan:
1. File copy resume
2. Copy file path in Finder
3. Redesigned Disk Utility
4. New service extensions
5. File and folder rename in the contextual menu
6. Auto-hiding menu bars
7. Improved autofill
8. New color picker
Each of the eight features discussed in detail in the full article here.
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