Yes that immediate and the operating system is definitely free to get, at least for those who already own Macs, both desktops and laptops, that date back to 2007. That means Apple computing machines running on Snow Leopard to the present iteration can easily morph to the latest OS X build.
The whole package, according to Apple, includes more than 200 fresh OS X features, bannered by the exciting tweaks made on the Safari web browser, improved multiple display and faster searching or indexing capabilities.
Most notable upgrades packed with the Mavericks, according to CNET, is the added muscles to its CPU and GPU sectors, which not only injected more juice to the Mac variants but also stretched their operating or battery hours.
The latter is especially remarkable for the MacBook Pro 2013 line up.
Also part of the deal is the Mac version of the iBook and Maps, making Apple's way of conventional computing more attuned to present times.
Downloading OS X 10.9 Mavericks is already LIVE at the Apple App Store and with millions around the world trying to plug in, it is a definite congestion out there.
Here are three ways to make the transformation a bit easier for you, courtesy of Gotta Be Mobile:
Start the download late night
It has always been the case, traffic, both in the real and digital world, is less congested during the late nights. So the chances are better that the Mavericks upgrade process is swifter and smoother when most everyone is asleep. The ideal time should be 11PM and onwards.
Download with wires
Perhaps, it's been a while since you last hooked up on an Ethernet network. The wire is a hassle, of course, but having it remains the faster and steadier way of connecting to the World Wide Web. It is best to get the new Mavericks then using your Mac's wired Internet port.
Refresh the download when necessary
Constantly monitor the process when you can and when the download seems to be taking too long, better pause and restart it, according to GBM. The data transfer is refresh this way, said the same report, allowing your machine to search for a less congested server node and connect to it instead.
With these tips, your jump to Apple's traditional computing world, boasting of new functionalities and user interface, is not only free of cost but also will come with less bother and waiting time.
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