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macOS Mojave is the 10.14 version of the old OS X - the Apple operating system for its computers. This version includes dark mode as its main new feature


Version 10.14 of macOS

October 13, 2019
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The fifteenth version of the Apple operating system for PCs was given the name macOS Mojave, in line with the tradition of naming each version after an iconic place in the state of California. It was released in September 2018 and one of its main new features is dark mode.

The last update to support 32-bit applications

The company Cupertino announced, when it presented this new macOS, that it would the last one to support 32-bit applications. It also presented a series of new features that affect a range of functions in the operating system. These are the main ones:

  • Dark mode and shading for the interface that affect native apps like Photos, Mail and ¡Work. It also opens up to apps from other developers.
  • Dynamic screen backgrounds with varying lighting depending on the time of day.
  • Changes in Finder, which affect design as well as including an option for showing file metadata.
  • Design is updated from the App Store.
  • New applications based on ¡OS, like Home, Stocks and Voice Memos.
  • Improved FaceTime which allows you to be with 32 people in one group.
  • The end of support for OpenGL and OpenCL, in order to boost Metal API.
  • Updates are in system preferences rather than in the Mac App Store.
  • New emojis.

This operating system is available for ¡Macs late 2012, MacBook 2015, MacBook Pro 2012, MacBook Air late 2012, Mac mini mid 2012, Mac Pro mid 2013 and ¡Mac Pro late 2017.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Requires 2Gb of RAM and 12.5GB of space on the hard drive.
  • Minimum operating system requirements: OSX 10.8.
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