Download: macOS Mojave Final Released for Everyone – Get it Today [Mac App Store Link]
Apple has released macOS Mojave final build for every compatible Mac user out there. Here's how you can start downloading it right away.
macOS Mojave Has Arrived for the Mac with Tons of Great Features and Improvements
If you've been waiting for the final version of macOS Mojave to arrive then you will be pleased to learn that today is the big day. macOS Mojave final is available as an over the air download for every compatible Mac out there, and it's as easy as download it directly from the Mac App Store. But of course, if you wish to take the clean route of installation, then we will outline them too. All the links will be available at the foot of this post, so you can skip right ahead if you don't want to indulge yourself in feature-related literature.
Upon installation, the first thing you'll probably get to try out is the brand new dark mode, which is unlike anything you've seen on High Sierra. If developers choose to update their apps for Mojave, then you can expect dark mode in your favorite apps too. But that's not all, there are dynamic wallpapers available too which change their appearance according to the time of day.
If you love cluttering up your desktop a lot with files then you're going to love the new Stacks feature, which, as the name suggests, stacks your files in a nice little bundle which you can expand by simply clicking on it. This means that you can have multiple file types sitting on the desktop and the same file types will be stacked under one click.
Obviously, there are a ton of other features too which are waiting for you to try out. So, if you wish to learn more about macOS Mojave final, then you can head over to this link. In the meantime, you can download macOS Mojave final from the Mac App Store, whose direct link is embedded below:
Looking to clean install, create a bootable USB drive or update without losing your files? We have all the guides below. Click on the relevant one and you'll be up and running in no time: