MacOS Mojave brings dark mode to your Apple desktop

June 4, 2018 Abhimanyu Ghoshal


At Apple’s WWDC event in San Jose today, the company announced Mojave, the latest version of its macOS desktop platform with a bunch of updates – most notably, a new dark mode that spreads across the entire interface. That includes windows, the dock, and even apps like Xcode. Finally, Apple. There are a bunch of new little features that improve usability across macOS. For starters, the Stacks feature quickly cleans up your messy desktop icons. Next, Finder now has a carousel for you to pick files and preview them easily; the sidebar now displays detailed metadata, and also includes buttons…

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