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Here are five parts of MacOS Big Sur with new features you'll want to check out when you do make the upgrade, and how you'll use them.

macOS Big Sur brings a refined new design, powerful controls and intuitive customisation options to the most advanced desktop operating system in the world.


What's new: Perhaps the biggest upgrade in MacOS Big Sur comes in Apple's Safari web browser. Apple said that this is the biggest update to Safari since its launch in 2003. The revamped browser will load the websites you visit most often faster, and have better tab management capabilities. You'll also find improved privacy features, including a privacy report button that lets you see how websites track your data and monitor if any of your passwords were compromised in a security breach

A new App Store category for Safari extensions will let you customize which sites and times each extension is used, if you don't want it running all the time. And a customizable Safari start page will let you pick from a curated group of wallpapers or use one of your own photos. You can also use it to translate languages from seven different languages with a built-in feature.

New features available with macOS Catalina.

The power of Mac. Taken further.

macOS Catalina gives you more of everything you love about Mac. Experience music, TV and podcasts in three all-new Mac apps. Enjoy your favourite iPad apps now on your Mac. Extend your workspace and expand your creativity with iPad and Apple Pencil. And discover smart new features in the apps you use every day. Now you can take everything you do above and beyond.


The 10 Best New Features of macOS Mojave

The 10 Best New Features of macOS Mojave

1. Dark Mode

High Sierra allowed you to change your menu bar and Dock to a darker color scheme, but everything in-between stayed a little bright. To turn to the dark side in Mojave, click on the Apple logo at the upper-left corner of the screen and choose System Preferences. Here, select General, and under Appearance, click on Dark.

Your desktop background and Apple’s native apps such as Safari, Photos, Calendar, Xcode, and more will now feature darker colors and themes. This is much easier on the eyes, especially for people who spend a lot of time on their Mac. Colors in the Photos app also contrast better while in Dark Mode.

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