Apple introduced macOS Mojave in June, with a lot performance improvements and design changes. It also announced the much anticipated Dark Mode which got the MacBook users really excited for the official launch. The free version of the macOS Mojave is now finally available to download and Apple should have care of the bug fixes that were noticed in the public beta versions that were released in the months following the announcement.
For those of you who want to update your macOS to Mojave, we would suggest you to back up the Mac using Time Machine or any other backup method available. Mojave will require 2GB of memory and 12.5GB of available storage space to upgrade and around 18.5GB of storage space when upgrading from OS X Yosemite or earlier. To download the OS, simply head to the ‘Updates’ tab in the Mac App Store. Alternatively, you can click on the Apple icon in the top left of the display, followed by ‘About this Mac’ and then clicking on Software Update button.
These devices will support the macOS 10.14 Mojave:
– Early 2015 MacBook or later
– Mid-2012 MacBook Pro or later
– Late 2012 iMac or later
– Mid-2012 MacBook Air or later
The new features are clearly unique and something which we have never seen earlier on a macOS. These features include Stacks file organization, a redesigned Mac App Store, new options for screenshots and of course the Dark Mode. The screenshot utility tool will surely help many users to save time and be more productive while the Stacks feature will definitely help your organize your desktop in the cleanest way possible.