OS X 10.9 coming at WWDC, focuses on the power user

Apple's OS X is the foundation for its laptops and desktops but over the years, the line between OS X and iOS has become a bit blurred. While many expect that OS X 10.9 will likely include several features to bring the two platforms even closer together, we are now getting our first look at what OS X 10.9 will likely bring to the platform.

According to 9to5mac, who has a solid track record on these types of rumors, 10.9 will be focused more on the power user and should bring about several enhancements that many have been asking for. The first item will likely be tabbed windows for Finder and the inclusion of tags which will make finding your information on your machine, much easier. 

In addition to the Finder enhancement, Safari will receive a large update on the back-end and multi-monitor support will also be improved as well. While some may be hoping for a large visual overhaul, the report states that only minor tweaks will be present this time around.

It was previously stated that 10.9 would likely include Siri as well, the report states that this information is not yet confirmed and Apple could hold the feature for newer machines, much like it did with some Airplay functionality and Siri on the iPhone 4/4S.

With the conference kicking off in June, we don't have much longer to wait to see what Apple's latest OS, has to offer.

Source: 9to5Mac

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