Wednesday, January 22, 2014

iWork Full Screen

One of the great things about the new iWork is that it's made to take full advantage of Mavericks, Apple's new operating system for the Mac. With Pages, Numbers, and Keynote not getting many major updates in the past, it's time for a fresh, clean full screen mode (Mac only). Now, not many people care about if an app is full screen. It's different with iWork. With this under-looked feature, it's actually pretty helpful. It gets rid of all of the distractions of the desktop. It also is helpful for the Mac. With Mavericks, it makes your Mac run faster. Anything that isn't visible to the user, isn't given as much processing power. That said, you get a bit of a faster Mac. This processing power is usually pointed to things the user can notice, such as music, collaboration, or to just keep it "saved up." Full screen mode is available on most Mac apps by clicking the two arrows in the top-right corner.

Pages in Full Screen Mode

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