10 small novelties in ‘El Capitan’ that Apple ‘forgot to tell about’

10 small novelties in ‘El Capitan’ that Apple ‘forgot to tell about’

The developers’ version of OS X 10.11 has lots of improvements that Apple didn’t mention about.

The developers’ version of OS X 10.11 has lots of improvements that Apple didn’t mention about.

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  1. New status bar in Safari browser disappears when you’re not using it or your mouse cursor isn’t pointing at a link.
  2. The iCloud transfer progress wheel will indicate the progress of backing up data to the web storage.
  3. Silent clicking will be useful for those users who have new laptops with ‘force touch’ touchpads and want to make their usage of the touchpad completely silent.
  4. The Disk Utility also went through slight changes as now it doesn’t show the user where did his disk space disappear and the ‘Fix Permissions’ button disappeared as well. Apple says that the OS will automatically fix permissions every time you install a program and every day.
  5. Light sensor – the new option in the ‘Display preferences’ will allow you to choose whether you want your screen brightness to be changed according to the luminosity in the room.
  6. Rename option in the right-click file menu will allow you to rename the files directly.
  7. San Francisco font was designed specially for Apple devices and the company claims that the font is even better than Lucia Grande.
  8. Extensions for the ‘Photo’ app will allow a user to extend the functionality of the application by connecting additional third-party modules to the program.
  9. Find my Friends, a widget in the Dashboard that lets you find your acquaintances, of course, if they allow you do that.
  10. The resume of the file copy process – new OS will automatically resume the copying process if it has been stopped, for example if the computer had been put to sleep

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