If you use a Mac, you take for granted a number of features that, when they were first added to the OS X, were pretty big deals. Features such as tabs in the Finder and in Safari, security features such as File Vault, apps like Face Time; all these were launched with a big fanfare and have settled into their place as stalwarts of OS X.
We’ve recently published a timeline of the many security features added to OS X–it’s fascinating to see when privacy features that we take for granted were added to the operating system. Below, we will take a look back at the many key features that have been added to OS X over the years. I’ll skip all the security features, which are covered in the previous article.
Read the rest of the article on The Mac Security Blog.