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Top 5 Best New Features in OS X Yosemite

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Apple is gearing up to release the newest version of OS X. Called Yosemite, this version of OS X will debut this week in the form of a public beta. This fall, the new OS X will get a public launch. Whether you plan to sign up for the beta or wait until the official launch, the new OS X features are definitely drool-worthy.


1. Yosemite’s New Handoff Feature

Check out the video above from 9to5Mac offers an in-depth look at the new Notification Center and Spotlight in OS X Yosemite.

One of the features championed in the Globe and Mail‘s overview of Yosemite is the new, highly customizable notification center. The Globe and Mail writes that the new version of notification center could be “insanely useful”:

“In addition to the system and app notifications that the feature already supported in past versions of the operating system, Yosemite’s Notification Center will also allow users to pick and choose from a number of movable and removable application widgets such as a calculator, stock ticker, weather app and view of Calendar app events to use in the Notification pane.

Once Yosemite is released this fall, it’ll also be possible to download additional widgets from Apple’s Mac App Store.”


Want to learn more about OS X Yosemite? Check out our article about the new OS X announcement from WWDC.


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