Apple releases OS X El Capitan, featuring full-screen Split View, new Notes …


The final release is solid, and I've been on El Capitan since beta 1. It's come a long way. If you don't like the idea of Apple's new “rootless” system (or like things like brew) here are directions to disable it: http://azchipka.thechipkahouse.com

The final release is solid, and I've been on El Capitan since beta 1. It's come a long way. If you don't like the idea of Apple's new “rootless” system (or like things like brew) here are directions to disable it: http://azchipka.thechipkahouse.com

Fortunately, El Capitan lets you use Spaces, or virtual desktops, to organize your windows, and keep your apps from becoming unwieldy. Spaces are part of Mission Control, a built-in feature that lets you glance at every currently open app and window on

Sincerely, El Capitan My Capitan. Dear Capitan, One thing is clear at this point: Apple is pretty happy with how OS X looks, feels, and functions. The improvements they've made over the past several updates have been strictly 

Fortunately, El Capitan lets you use Spaces, or virtual desktops, to organize your windows, and keep your apps from becoming unwieldy. Spaces are part of Mission Control, a built-in feature that lets you glance at every currently open app and window on