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    1. 1. Operating System 1
    2. 2. Why OS X Mavericks is better?  The world’s most advanced desktop Operating System. Free!  It is the best Graphical User Interface (GUI) OS.  It gives a substantial free update to their operating systems. 2
    3. 3. Short History of Mac OS On January 24, 1984, Apple Computer Inc. (now Apple Inc.) introduced the Macintosh personal computer, with the Macintosh 128K model, which came bundled with what was later renamed to Mac OS, but then known simply as the System Software. The Macintosh is generally credited with popularizing the graphical user interface. Mac OS has been pre-installed on almost every Macintosh computer sold. The operating system was also sold separately in retail stores. The original Macintosh system software was partially based on the Lisa OS, previously released by Apple for the Lisa computer in 1983 and, as part of an agreement allowing Xerox to buy shares in Apple at a favorable price. It also used concepts from the Xerox PARC Xerox Alto, which Steve Jobs and several other Macintosh team. 3
    4. 4. Kernel Framework Latest Mac Operating System’s Kernel type is Hybrid (XNU) Mach is an operating system kernel developed at Carnegie Mellon University to support operating system research, primarily distributed and parallel computation. Although Mach is often mentioned as one of the earliest examples of a microkernel, not all versions of Mach are microkernels. Mach's derivatives are the basis of the modern operating system kernels in Mac OS X (which is not a microkernel) and GNU Hurd (which is a microkernel). 4
    5. 5. A Short Overview of Hybrid kernel A hybrid kernel is a kernel architecture based on combining aspects of microkernel and monolithic kernel architectures used in computer operating systems. The traditional kernel categories are monolithic kernels and microkernels (with nanokernels and exokernels seen as more extreme versions of microkernels). 5
    6. 6. First Versions of Mac OS Early versions of Mac OS were compatible only with Motorola 68000-family Macintoshes which is released On January 24, 1984. It’s memory was 128kB. 6
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    8. 8. Latest Release Note Release Number Build Date Install Type 10.9 13A476u June 10, 2013 Full 10.9 13A510d July 8, 2013 Incremental 10.9 13A524d July 22, 2013 Full 10.9 13A538g August 7, 2013 Incremental 10.9 13A558 August 21, 2013 Incremental 10.9 13A569 September 3, 2013 Incremental 10.9 13A584 September 16, 2013 Incremental 10.9 13A598 October 3, 2013 Full 10.9 13A603 October 20, 2013 Full 10.9.1 13B40 December 3, 2013 Full 10.9.2 13B42 December 16, 2013 Full 10.9.2 13C32 December 19, 2013 Full 8
    9. 9. What is OS X ? The Mac operating system is designed to be easy to use and engineered to take full advantage of the technologies built into every computer we make. So everything works just the way you expect it to. OS X also comes with powerful apps for browsing the web, sending messages, setting reminders, and so much more. And the apps work great with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, too. 9
    10. 10. Most Popular Mac OS Version Mac OS X Snow Leopard Version 10.6 Initial Release August 28, 2009 10
    11. 11. Mac OS X Snow Leopard Mac OS X Snow Leopard is the seventh major release of Mac OS X, Apple's desktop and server OS for Macintosh computers. Snow Leopard was publicly unveiled on June 8, 2009 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. On August 28, 2009, it was released worldwide, and was made available for purchase from Apple's website and its retail stores at the price of US $29 for a single-user license. As a result of the low price, initial sales of Snow Leopard were significantly higher than that of its predecessors. The release of Snow Leopard came nearly two years after the introduction of Mac OS X Leopard, the second longest time span between successive Mac OS X releases (the time span between Tiger and Leopard was the longest). 11
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    13. 13. Latest Version of Mac OS Mac OS X Mavericks Version 10.9 Initial Release October 20, 2009 13
    14. 14. Mac OS X : System Requirements To install Mavericks, you need one of these Macs: iMac (Mid-2007 or later) MacBook (13-inch, Early 2009 or later) MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid-2009 or later), MacBook Pro (15-inch or 17-inch, Mid/Late 2007 or later) MacBook Air (Late 2008 or later) Mac mini (Early 2009 or later) Mac Pro (Early 2008 or later) Xserve (Early 2009) Your Mac also needs: OS X Mountain Lion, or Snow Leopard v10.6.8 already installed 2 GB or more of memory 8 GB or more of available space 14
    15. 15. The world's most advanced desktop operating system. Free! We want all Mac users to experience the latest features, the most advanced technologies, and the strongest security. And now they can. Because the newest version of OS X is free. It’s a simple download from the Mac App Store, so it couldn’t be easier to get. OS X Mavericks is another major leap forward for the Mac — and for everyone who uses it. 15
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    17. 17. What’s New in Mac OS X With OS X Mavericks, the Mac experience gets even better. It brings new apps to your desktop. Adds features you’ll love to use. And introduces technologies that help your Mac perform even better — while using even less power. 17
    18. 18. With OS X Mavericks, a new chapter in the iBooks story begins. Now you can launch the iBooks app on your Mac and the books you’ve already downloaded on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch will automatically appear in your library. 18
    19. 19. Now you’ve got the whole world on your desktop. And at your fingertips like never before. You can look up directions on your Mac and send them right to your iPhone for voice navigation on way. 19
    20. 20. Calendar has a fresh new look and powerful new features that make managing your time even easier. A new event inspector makes it simpler to create and edit events by suggesting addresses and points of interest. 20
    21. 21. Safari in OS X Mavericks introduces a great way to see what’s new and interesting on the web. Shared Links in the new Sidebar shows links posted by people you follow on Twitter and LinkedIn, so you can keep up with the latest and quickly retweet what you like. 21
    22. 22. Remembering your passwords can be a real pain. But now iCloud Keychain remembers them for you.2 It stores your website user names and passwords on the Mac and iOS devices you’ve approved, protects them with robust 256-bit AES encryption. 22
    23. 23. OS X Mavericks takes full advantage of every display connected to your Mac, giving you even more flexibility to work the way you want. There’s no longer a primary or secondary display — now each has its own menu bar, and the Dock is available on whichever screen you’re working on. 23
    24. 24. Notifications let you see what’s up — and now they let you get things done, all without leaving the app you’re in. With OS X Mavericks, you can interact with your notifications, so you can quickly reply to a message or reply to or delete an email. 24
    25. 25. Finder Tabs help you declutter your desktop by consolidating multiple Finder windows into one. For example, you could keep a tab for All My Files, one for Homework, and one for AirDrop, all in a single Finder window. Each tab can have its own view — icon, list, column, or Cover Flow. 25
    26. 26. Tags are a powerful new way to organize and find your files, even documents stored in iCloud. Simply tag the files you want to organize together with a keyword, like “Important.” Then when you want to find those files, just click Important in the Finder sidebar or enter it in the search field. 26
    27. 27. Mail is the simplest, most powerful way to manage email on your Mac. It’s incredibly easy to set up and works with many popular email services like Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL, and Microsoft Exchange. Have multiple email accounts? No problem. Add your accounts to Mail and you’ll be able to access all your email from one place. 27
    28. 28. Messages on the Mac is more than instant messaging. It comes with iMessage, so you can send unlimited messages to anyone on a Mac or an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. You can even start a conversation on your Mac and pick it up on your iOS devices. 28
    29. 29. Contacts is a flexible and convenient place to store information for everyone you know. It’s easy to import names, numbers, addresses, and photos from other applications. And it works with Facebook and LinkedIn, too. Contacts automatically includes your friend’s profile photos and information and keeps them up to date. 29
    30. 30. Time Machine works with your Mac and an external hard drive or AirPort Time Capsule (sold separately). Connect the drive and designate it as your Time Machine drive, then start enjoying some peace of mind. Time Machine automatically backs up your entire Mac, including system files, applications, accounts, preferences, music, photos, movies, an d documents. 30
    31. 31. FaceTime for Mac makes it possible to talk, smile, and laugh with anyone on an iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or another Mac.5 So you can catch up, hang out, and stay in touch with just a click. Simply find the person you want in Contacts and start a FaceTime call. 31
    32. 32. iPhoto gives you everything you need to do everything you want with your photos. Keep them organized and easy to find in lots of different ways. Use powerful yet simple editing tools to perfect each shot. Send your photos via Mail and Messages. 32
    33. 33. iCloud lets all these powerful apps work and play together across your devices. So if you just created a document in Pages on your iMac, it shows up the same in Pages on your iPhone. When you finish making a movie on your iPad, you can watch it on your MacBook Air. 33
    34. 34. With OS X Mavericks, your Mac is now even smarter. Energy-saving technologies help you get more out of your battery. And performance-boosting technology brings you more speed and responsiveness. It’s power wielded wisely. 34
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    37. 37. OS X comes with apps for sending email and messages, getting directions, browsing the web, managing your schedule, setting reminders, making video calls, and backing up your Mac automatically. It even comes with an app for finding new apps. With OS X, your Mac is more than full-featured, it’s fully loaded. 37
    38. 38. Just like shopping the App Store on iPad and iPhone, the Mac App Store offers endless possibilities to browse and purchase apps on your Mac. New apps install in one step right to Launchpad. And now the Mac App Store can automatically update your apps for you, so you always have the latest versions. 38
    39. 39. OS X Mavericks adds new features and capabilities to everything from the apps you use every day to the technologies that power your Mac. All of which make Mavericks our most advanced OS yet. 39
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    41. 41. There is Server edition in Mac Operating System 41
    42. 42. The new OS X Server brings even more power to your business, home office, or school. It’s remarkably easy to install, set up, and manage. And new features make it faster than ever to download software across your network. Add OS X Server to OS X Mavericks from the Mac App Store for just $19.99. 42
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