Tag Archive: Capitan’s


Twitter’s next OS X update will bring support for El Capitan’s dark mode

Although the microblogging service pays a lot of attention to its iOS client, even rolling out a new feature called Moments last week, Twitter has traditionally ignored its OS X client. But it’s about to get a much needed update, including a dark mode custom tailored for OS X El Capitan. The announcement of the […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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How to turn off El Capitan’s ‘shake to find’ mouse cursor feature

When I lose track of my mouse cursor, I’ve always just wiggled it a bit to find it on the screen. It’s a natural gesture, and Apple’s capitalized on it with its new “shake to find” feature in El Capitan. If you’re constantly shaking your mouse or swiping quickly on your mousepad, maybe while gaming […]

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Take a tour of OS X El Capitan’s coolest new features

OS X El Capitan has arrived, and it’s a free for most Mac users, making the decision to upgrade super simple. Once you have it installed, there are some awesome new features you have to try out. See them all in action in our video tour below. To upgrade your Mac to OS X El Capitan, simply open […]

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Track flights with iOS 9 and El Capitan’s secret tool

If you travel a lot, iOS 9 and El Capitan, both currently in beta, have a hidden feature just for you. The latest operating systems from Apple offer a new data detector, similar to the ones that can detect a phone number or address in the Mail, Notes, or Messages apps. If you have a […]

How iCloud could save your Mac from El Capitan’s destruction

As you may have heard, Apple released the public beta for OS X El Capitan yesterday. Since I tend to ignore the risks of beta software in favor of all the new features, I downloaded it on my mid-2011 MacBook Air.… Read more ›