First look: OS X El Capitan’s Split View and Mission Control

“With OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Apple will introduce a number of user interface refinements to streamline the Mac experience, including a two-up app viewing mode called Split View and a more intuitive Mission Control for easy window management,” AppleInsider reports.

“One of the more handy user interface additions built into OS X El Capitan lets users quickly split screen space between two running apps,” AppleInsider reports. “Called Split View, the function is an enhancement to the familiar red, yellow and green OS X ‘traffic light’ window control buttons.”

AppleInsider reports, “Apple also tweaked Mission Control with a few key features that make multi-window desktop management a bit more digestible.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: OS X El Capitain’s Split View, in particular, is very useful. Do you think you’ll be using that feature often?


    1. Strange no one has done that here. To invent comments purely so that you in turn can look super error and give us the benefit of your profound pronouncement sadly isn’t remotely revolutionary its boringly predictable.

  1. Sooo. The demo shows a person has to copy and paste the address and phone# between apps? Whatever happened to the simplicity of Drag & Drop?!! All I see is Windows features done Windows way. Apple following. Sad.

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