He Captitan OS X It will be released and available at download si installation in a few hours.
Although the El Capitan Graphics Interface is based on the system YosemiteSome applications default suffered significant changes. In some of them even held a total redesign of the GUI.
One of the applications that have undergone major changes is disk Utility. This tool to help us manage everything related to the device's internal and / or external Dedicated data storage and operating system. Hard disk drive (HDD) Internal Mac, SSD, hard drive-hate external, sdcardATVs and USB drives Stick connected to the Mac.
Presentation on OS X Disk Utility 10.11 El Capitan
For those who have used this tool on Yosemite, the first thing they "conspicuous" is totally modified interface. Management functions / buttons have been moved all in top in a "menu bar". Device storage sites and partitions remained in the left side bar.
Disk Utility new options on the main menu are:
First Aid – check for errors and if possible fix errors on partition, hard drivethe CPC or the storage device selected in the devices list on the left.
Partition - Resize partitions on the selected disk. That seems very flour. Resizing can be done by dragging with the mouse or trackpad in the left circle.
Erase - With this option we can form and erase data in the selected volume.
Mount/ Unmount - Installation / Efectare storage unit connected to the Mac. External hard drive or USB memory card data.
Info - With this option at have access to very detailed data about volume / disk selected. The space occupied. free space. total volume, type formatting, type disk, connectors and other details Techniques.
Another novelty is Disk Utility Detailed graphical presentation content on the disk. Specifically, the app can see exactly how much space it occupies photos, audio files (music) video files (movies) installed applications system and other files.
Disk Utility is a utility developed by Apple for disk storage management on Mac systems. The application installs itself with the OS X.