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- October 23, 2013 /
- by Karolina Mosiadz /
- Apple, Mac, OS X Mavericks /
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Second Apple’s event this Fall definitely did not disappoint its fans. Along with the complete refresh of most of its product lines, we finally saw the launch of OS X Mavericks, Apple’s latest operating system announced at the beginning of summer. In response we are giving you fully compatible upgrade of Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2013. You can download it now directly from our product page. If you are already a user, it is enough to just download and install it. If not, you can purchase the license in our online store or try it out first using our 15-day long trial version.
Updated version of the software ensures that our users are up to date with the latest developments, while bringing further enhancements to the performance and reliability at the same time. Most recent improvements include faster shut-down times, simplified product key input, added signed kernel extension and more.
For all those of you who are not familiar with it yet, Tuxera NTFS for Mac is our commercial read & write NTFS solution for Mac users, a must-have in a mixed Mac and Windows environment. It offers the fastest NTFS transfer speeds while protecting your data with smart caching layer.
Talking about upgrades, let’s have a look at what is new with OS X Mavericks. Following the launch of the iOS 7, mobile operating system for iPhones and iPads in the end of September, Mavericks brings more than just several refinements for the users. It has been already described as the most powerful and power efficient Apple’s operating system up till now. Some of its most interesting features include greater flexibility with multiple display menus, App Nap that saves power while working, interactive notification center letting you get things done without switching the apps, Finder Tabs for reducing the clutter and many more. Anyone who bought an Apple computer since 2007 can download it for free from the App Store. Before updating make sure that you have everything in place. CNET posted a list of 5 things to do before upgrading to Mavericks, check it out!