Apple updated its OS X to 10.11 El Capitan and Microsoft released new Surface models with Windows 10.
Online PR News – 11-October-2015 – Hong Kong, China – Apple and Microsoft both have had a big event. First, Apple officially announced its new computer system Mac OS X 10.11 - El Capitan at September 30, which brings under-the-hood improvements and refinements to OS X Yosemite. Then on October 6, Microsoft released several Windows 10 devices to promote users get Windows 10. In the meantime, Macgo now has finished its research and development of the perfect Blu-ray Player for Mac OS X 10.11 Elcapitan - Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player and for Microsoft’s new Surface, like Surface 4 Pro and Surface Book.
With El Capitan, Apple mainly focused on two areas: user experience and performance to make it simpler to do amazing things and delightful to do all the everyday things. The new OS X builds on the groundbreaking features and beautiful design introduced in OS X Yosemite, enhancing built-in apps, window management tand Spotlight search, and making launching apps or accessing email and such activities faster and more responsive. Apple also integrated its breakthrough graphics technology Metal into El Capitan to deliver system-wide performance gains and enable games and pro apps to tap into the full power of Mac graphics processors. Other than these features, many people said that the most obvious change of this OS X is that El Capitan introduced new fonts that look crisp and beautiful on users’ Macs and their documents.
Also Microsoft has launched some Windows 10 devices on October 6th. Among several outstanding new products, Surface Book clearly draws more attention than Surface 4 Pro. According to the company, Surface Book is designed to compete with Apple’s MacBook Pro and may be twice higher than MacBook Pro in performance so that it would be OK to use Surface Book as a gaming notebook. Announced as the lightest and the most powerful PC ever, it’s only 1.6 pounds and 7.7 mm thick, looks like the size of an A4 paper with a separable screen and keyboard.
To follow Apple’s step, Macgo has made a timely update of its Mac and Windows products line for better user experience. For users who would like to play Blu-ray on Mac OS X 10.11, Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player would be an excellent choice. For those who wanna try Blu-ray on Windows 10 new Surface models, they can use Macgo Windows Blu-ray Player. Users can free download Macgo Blu-ray Player at the following related links to try their Blu-ray collections and resources. They can choose to play Blu-ray Disc, Blu-ray ISO files, Blu-ray Menu, and BDMV folder on Apple’s recently released OS X El Capitan and on Microsoft’s new Windows 10 Surface models. Also a Blu-ray drive is highly recommended to use for Blu-ray playback. Here Macgo can recommend a powerful Blu-ray drive that works well with its products, click here for more information: http://www.macblurayplayer.com/macgo-bluray-player-drive.htm.