What to Look Forward to in MacOS Catalina

The iPad may be getting impressively close to Everyday Computer territory, but there is still something about the desktop software experience on a Mac that a mobile device can’t replace. (Even more so if the keyboard on your MacBook works!) But mobile software has its benefits—speed, usability, simplicity—so it’s not a surprise to see that MacOS 10.15 Catalina, the newest operating system for the Mac, borrows some features from its mobile cousin iOS. Think of it as the best of all iWorlds. MacOS Catalina has been available since late last month as a public beta, which means anyone can download it and test it on their own machine. However, it’s still not the final version of the OS, so you …