The cat is finally out of the bag and out of the Beta stage as well as Apple released the official build of the 11th major release of OS X — and it’s none other than the Yosemite, announced last June 2, 2014 during the Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC). Looking back, Apple released beta versions of the OS X Yosemite starting last July 24, 2014 through the Public Beta Program. But, it was just more than a day ago when Apple finally released the official version of their latest OS named after the very famous National Park.
The OS X Yosemite (pronounced as yo-SEH-mih-tee) update, worth more than 5 GB, is compatible with all Mac computers capable of running OS X Mavericks for Free. Yes, just like what they did last year with OS X Mavericks, Yosemite is also free.
So, if you have an OS X Yosemite compatible machine but you’re still hesitant on updating, we are listing the the top 10 features we like with Yosemite that would probably change your mind.
Editor’s Note: Browse through each numbered links below for each Yosemite feature.