Apple today released the new version of Mac OS X, which is called El Capitan.

Public betas first became available in July following the announcement of the new look for Macs back in June.

“El Capitan gives you simpler and smarter ways to do the things you do most with your Mac,” Apple said in a statement yesterday regarding the arrival of El Capitan. “A streamlined Mission Control makes it easier to see and organize everything you have open on your Mac. With a single swipe, Mission Control arranges all your windows in a single layer so you can find the window you need even faster. When your desktop gets crowded, simply drag a window to the top of your screen to create a new Space and spread out your work. And the new Split View feature automatically positions two app windows side-by-side in full screen so you can work with both apps without distraction.”

You can find the update in Apple’s App Store here.

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