macOS, formerly known as Mac OS X, is the primary operating system for Apple computers. It’s a graphical user interface (GUI) operating system known for its user-friendliness, stability, and security.

Here’s a summary of its key features:

  • User-friendly interface: macOS boasts a clean, intuitive, and user-friendly interface that prioritizes ease of use. The Dock provides quick access to frequently used applications and documents, while the Finder allows for efficient file management.
  • Multitasking: macOS offers various features for efficient multitasking, including Mission Control for displaying all open windows and desktops, Split View for placing two windows side-by-side, and Spaces for creating multiple virtual desktops.
  • Security: macOS prioritizes security by incorporating features like sandboxing to isolate applications and Gatekeeper to warn users about untrusted applications. Additionally, system updates are frequently released to address security vulnerabilities.
  • Integration with Apple ecosystem: macOS seamlessly integrates with other Apple devices and services, such as iPhones, iPads, and iCloud, facilitating data sharing and continuity across devices.
  • Wide range of applications: macOS supports a vast range of applications, including productivity tools, creative software, and games.