What’s new in Windows 10 and the MacOS X Yosemite beta?

A quick look at the beta of the new OS 10 and MacOS 10.12, both of which are available to download in a couple of days.

The beta includes the new UI, which is now called Yosemite.

It has a new design that is more minimalist and elegant, and looks great on all screens.

The user interface has been tweaked to be easier to use, and the app icons have been updated.

You can also launch the new Spotlight search engine, which makes searching and searching for files, photos, and documents much faster and easier.

The new look also means you can use the new Start menu to quickly jump to the latest news and articles, and use a menu bar to navigate between your apps and the desktop.

Yosemite also lets you edit your system settings and more, which may be a big deal for some users.

You can find the beta here:Download Yosemite on the Mac and Windows versions of the OS:Windows 10 and Yosemite are both available to users in two different versions, one with the full operating system and the other with the limited operating system.

In order to access the full OS, you need to install both.

You’ll need to open the “install” option in either the “full” or “limited” OS version.

Both are available for download in two parts: a “full operating system” version that has the full Windows 10 experience and the limited version that does not.

The full operating systems have full access to the most common apps, and they also support many new features.

Yosemite, on the other hand, has limited access to many of the popular apps and features that you might expect from a full operating environment, but not all of them.

Both versions are compatible with the Mac App Store, and you can download both to your computer.

Both OS versions are free, so there’s no reason to worry about having to pay for them.

Yosemite for Mac is $19.99, while Yosemite for Windows is $59.99.

You also get a free upgrade to the full version if you buy both OS versions.

Both Mac and Yosemite versions are available on the App Store now, but it’s worth noting that the limited OS version has been removed from the store, as of today.

If you don’t have a Mac, you can get the full-featured version of Yosemite for free, which has a full desktop interface and plenty of features that are exclusive to the limited system.

If you want the limited Yosemite OS version, you’ll have to pay $19 for a single-user license.

If both versions of Yosemite are available, it’s still possible to upgrade to Yosemite for $19 with a single Mac license, and $19 as a pro.

This is also the case if you have an existing Mac license.