Now your first task, of course, in a demonstration, or whenever you wake your Mac, is finding the cursor.
And El Capitan makes it easier than ever.
I just do that little shake that we all normally do, and there it is.
It comes right out to greet you, it's really handy.
[APPLAUSE] Now in Safari, I have some sites that I like to keep around cuz I refer to them on and off throughout the day.
And now in Safari I can pin those sites just like this.
I'm gonna pin my Twitter site here, and of course I've been following The Warriors.
Go Warriors, we're gonna get it done.
But have you ever had this happen to you?
You're like where is this audio coming from?
Well now with just a tap you can mute it.
Or find out where it came from and shut it down just like that.
Now Spotlight can actually help me out there, so I'm just gonna search for the SF Giants.
And we see right now, I get current game scores, upcoming games.
Looks like the game I wanna go to is on Friday, so I can just search for.
Weather on Friday.
Well let's try it out in mail.
So I've been really busy, of course, the last couple of days.
So I've been getting a little behind on my mail, and I want to see the messages that I've received from Phil but I haven't responded to yet.
So I'm just going to say mail that I ignored from Phil.
There are a few, but I'll be getting back to them right after the show.
Now we've done something new to El Capitán and it's ability to work really easily on two windows side by side.
So I'm just gonna click and hold here on the green button and you see it's prompting me to pick a side.
I'll just drop it in.
And you notice, I get an exposé of all my other windows, let me pick the new news app.
Just like that.
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