macOS 10.14 Mojave will be available to owners of supported Macs on September 24. This was announced by Apple representatives.
Like the iOS 12, macOS Mojave has been improved Intelligent Tracking Prevention. It prevents the calculation of site visitors to press a button “I like” and “Share” and also reports web-based resources severely curtailed the card with the data about the user, which does not include the system configuration. Also, Safari has a built-in password generator that will not use the same combination reusable.
A new feature called Stacks will allow to restore order on the screen of your Mac, automatically combining files of the same extension in a neat group. The Mac App Store, has long remained without significant updates, finally got a redesign in the style of the App Store in iOS 11. Now the app store has a completely revamped interface and a wide selection of editorial materials to assist in the selection of useful programs.