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macOS is the current marketing name for Apple's Macintosh Operating System. This OS was previously known as OS X, and Mac OS X before that (which itself succeeded the 'classic' Mac OS).

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No, Mavericks introduced the new tagging system. http://www.apple.com/osx/whats-new/features.html#tags You can still use tags in Mountain Lion but the features are not the same. When I upgraded my t …
answered Dec 18 '13 by Steve W.
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Now that Mavericks removed that ugly colored bar and replaced it with a nice looking dot, I would like to use tags more. Basically I have work files in different places that deal with different proje …
asked Oct 24 '13 by Steve W.