MacOS Mojave was released to the public on September 24th, 2018, You can download Mojave from Hackintosh Computer. “macOS Mojave is a major update that introduces powerful new features for a wide range of Mac users, from consumers to pros,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “Dark Mode brings a dramatic new look to macOS that puts your content front and center, familiar iOS apps come to the Mac for the first time, and the redesigned Mac App Store makes finding new apps easier and more enjoyable than ever.”
In macOS Mojave, a new Dark Mode transforms the desktop with a dramatic new look that puts the focus on user content. The new Stacks feature organizes messy desktops by automatically stacking files into neat groups. Familiar iOS apps, including News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home, are now available on the Mac for the first time. FaceTime now adds support for group calling, and the Mac App Store gets a full redesign featuring rich editorial content and the addition of apps from top developers, including Microsoft, Adobe, and others.
1 Dark Mode
macOS Mojave users can switch to Dark Mode to transform their desktop to a darkened color scheme, putting the focus on user content while controls recede into the background.
Users can toggle between light and dark desktop, and built-in Mac apps like Mail, Messages, Maps, Calendar, and Photos all include Dark Mode designs.
macOS Mojave also features a new Dynamic Desktop that automatically changes the desktop picture to match the time of day. An API is available so developers can implement Dark Mode in their apps.
2 Desktop and Finder
Stacks for the desktop can organize even the most cluttered of desktops by automatically stacking files into neat groups based on file type.
Users can customize their Stacks to sort based on other file attributes like date and tags.
Finder also gets a significant update in macOS Mojave with an all-new Gallery View that lets users skim through files visually.
The Preview Pane now shows all of a file’s metadata, making it easier to manage media assets.
Quick Actions allow users to do things like creating and password-protect PDFs and run custom Automator Actions on files right from Finder.
Quick Look provides a fast, full-size preview of a file, allowing users to rotate and crop images, mark up PDFs and trim video and audio clips without ever opening an app.
3 News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home
In macOS Mojave, handy apps including News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home are now available on Mac for the first time.
In the News app, articles, photos, and videos look great on the Mac display and users can follow their favorite publications from one app.
With Home, Mac users can control their HomeKit-enabled accessories to do things like turn lights off and on or adjust thermostat settings without ever having to step away from their computer.
Voice Memos makes it easy to record personal notes, lectures, meetings, interviews, and song ideas, and access them from iPhone, iPad or Mac. Stocks delivers curated market news alongside a personalized watchlist, complete with quotes and interactive charts.