After being made available for free by Apple a few days ago, it has this week been reported that Apple’s new Mac OS X Mavericks is close to an 8 percent adoption rate in just 24 hours, which comes from the live tracker system by GoSquared.
Being that the OS was completely free to download and included a ton of new features, that statement doesn’t surprise us.
Alongside that, Apple can create a vary high adoption rate through notifications and their pre-installed Mac App Store, allowing users to quickly download the OS in a couple of clicks.
Alongside this the Mavericks is also compatible with older Macs that were released from 2007 onwards.
Mavericks includes a ton of new features including support for Apple’s iCloud Keychain, Finder tags, Finder Tabs, multiple displays, Maps, iBooks and many others like App Nap.