What is Mac OS X?
It brings new features inspired by its most powerful users, but designed for everyone. Stay better focused on your work in Dark Mode. Automatically organize files using Stacks.
Mac OS X is a tool in the Operating Systems category of a tech stack.
Who uses Mac OS X?
9 companies reportedly use Mac OS X in their tech stacks, including Opportunity Network, Web App, and EXANTE.
56 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Mac OS X.
Mac OS X Integrations
Mercurial, Pandoc, Lucee, LiteSpeed, and OpenSSL are some of the popular tools that integrate with Mac OS X. Here's a list of all 30 tools that integrate with Mac OS X.
Why developers like Mac OS X?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Mac OS X
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Mac OS X Alternatives & Comparisons
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