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Welcome to the Flipcaster Blog Feed. This is where we will feed your appetite for awesome. If you are looking for Tips, Tricks, and all things awesome you are in the right place. 

 

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10 Reasons you will love OS X El Capitan

Brandon Rasmussen

Today Apple released OS X 10.11 El Capitan. El Capitan adds power under the hood of the latest OS. Apple has brought Metal APIs over from iOS, which lets apps take better advantage of your Mac’s graphics processor for increased performance and battery savings. Here is a list to ten features that will make you love El Capitan.

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How to make a bootable OSX 10.11 El Capitan USB install drive

Brandon Rasmussen

Apple has not released an Operating system that came on bootable media since it released OSX 10.7 in 2009. Apple has went to download-only installers, but if you find your self in need of a bootable installer your in luck. If you find yourself doing multiple installs, a USB drive is much faster than multiple downloads. 

There are two options that will allow you to turn your downloaded 10.11 install into a bootable USB installer. There's the easy way with the graphical user interface and the advanced way that requires Terminal use.

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Target Display Mode: make an iMac a second display.

Brandon Rasmussen

Target Display Mode lets you use a Mac as the external display for another “primary” Mac. In some cases, you can also play the sound from your primary Mac on the speakers of the external Mac. For example, a MacBook Pro could use a 27-inch iMac as the display and play its audio on the iMac as well.

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