A dedicated website & blog that writes about Mac OS X tips & tricks, guides and tutorials to help starters know more about this operating system from Apple, the Mac OS X.

Mac OS X is an operating system that was developed and released by Apple. From the beginning, it was named as Mac OS and then change to OS 9 in 1999 and then OS X in 2001.

This operating system based on UNIX core and that's why it has the X character in its name. Nowadays, the OS X is becoming more popular than ever and has million users. However, mostly, the Mac OS X operating system is only available in Apple's computer, including MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac as well as Mac Pro. A part of users brought this operating system to the desktop machines, but not much.

In fact, if you move from Windows to this UNIX-based operating system, there are many things you need to learn. It isn't like Windows. It works in different ways. For example, if you want to copy and paste, you will need to use the Command key instead of the Ctrl key. When you press the Ctrl key with any other key, it will not work.

Also, if you want to take screenshot, you will need to use a combination of keys, not just a single key like in Windows. Because there is no key like that available.

Since OS X version 10, Apple has changed its name and will use macOS instead of Mac OS X as usual.

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