Dive into OS X Yosemite in Macworld's October Digital Edition
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In the October issue
In the newest Digital Edition, Editorial Director Jason Snell test-drives the prerelease version of OS X Yosemite and shares his in-depth impressions. Designed for widescreen Retina displays, and packed with a thoroughly revamped Notification Center, Spotlight, and Safari, Yosemite is shaping up to be a beautiful, exciting update.
Also in this month’s issue:
• Great apps for your Mac: Finding apps that offer a good combination of features and price is a constant challenge. We tested more than 100 apps—from productivity software to utilities to creative tools—and chose 38 gems.
• The mid-2014 iMac: Apple is focusing on budget-minded shoppers with its newest iMac model, which carries a price tag of just $1099. But that low price buys you a machine that lags behind in performance.
• Pedal to the Metal: The graphics technology announced at WWDC unlocks the potential of the A7 processor and promises to enhance both games and general-purpose software.
• Using Finder tags: With a simple seven-tag system, you can easily keep your files in order. One writer and Mac expert shows you how his setup works.
• Tips on working with the Cintiq 12WX: Learn how to take advantage of Wacom’s pen display through this illustrated guide.
• Senior Editor Dan Frakes shows how two OS X utilities—Moom and Zooom—can save you time and frustration in moving, resizing, and otherwise managing windows.
• OS X offers advanced printer tools that make adding and managing printers from your Mac easier. Even Editor Dan Miller learned some new tricks.
• Two-factor authentication is a security system that requires you to provide two pieces of information before you can log in. We explain how to set it up.
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