macOS Catalina Mac

10.15 macOS Catalina is the first version of the Apple computer operating system, previously known as OS X, to exclusively support 64-bit apps on the system
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Version 10.15 of the Apple operating system for Mac PCs has been named after the southern Californian island of Santa Catalina. The priniciple new feature with respect to Mojave, which was 10.14, is that it exclusively supports 64-bit applications.

Voice control jumps from Siri to the whole Mac

As well as this change, Apple has incorporated others, such as voice control which allows users to control the computer using spoken commands. These are the principal new features of macOS Catalina:

  • The introduction of Catalyst, a new platform which allows the software to be programmed for both macOS and ¡PadOS.
  • Computer control using voice commands, going beyond the functions found in Siri.
  • A new function named Sidecar, which allows the enabling of an ¡Pad with ¡PadOS 13, which functions as an external wireless display.
  • ¡Tunes is redesigned in the same way as in ¡OS and separates content into music, podcast, and TV apps.
  • Find My merges into one the previous Find My Mac and Find My Friends.
  • Unlimited access to Apple Arcade, a platform with more than 100 video games.
  • Introduction of changes and improvements in applications like Notes, Reminders, and Safari.
  • Apple Watch functions for identification purposes, unlocking notes, checking passwords, and approving app installation.

Update your Mac to the new MacOS now, and enjoy the new usability features and the performance upgrades that it offers.

Requirements and additional information:

This new version of macOS supports the following computers:

  • MacBook 2015 and later
  • MacBook Air 2012 and later
  • MacBook Pro 2012 and later
  • Mac mini 2012 and later
  • iMac 2012 and later
  • All iMac Pro models
  • Mac Pro 2013 and later
  • Requires a 64-bit operating system.
Sean Mitchell
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User opinions

  • Hi Nadbjir. You will have to download the file and use the createinstallmedia command from the Mac terminal, although it will depend on the Mac dislike from which you are going to create it. Cheers.

  • How can I boot those files into a USB thumbdrive?

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