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Apple Inc. (AAPL: Quote) on Monday released a developer preview of OS X Mavericks, the 10th major release of its advanced operating system.

With more than 200 new features, OS X Mavericks brings Maps and iBooks to the Mac, introduces Finder Tags and Tabs, enhances multi-display support for power users, delivers new core technologies for breakthrough power efficiency, and includes an all new version of Safari.

The preview release of OS X Mavericks is available to Mac Developer Program members starting today. Mac users will be able to download Mavericks from the Mac App Store this fall.

"OS X Mavericks is our best version yet and features new Maps and iBooks apps, Finder Tags and Tabs, enhanced multi-display support, performance and energy saving features, and an all new Safari," said Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of Software Engineering.

Additional features in OS X Mavericks include: iCloud Keychain, which safely stores website login information, credit card numbers and Wi-Fi passwords; an updated Calendar, which adds integration with Maps; and interactive Notifications, allowing users to reply to a message, respond to a FaceTime call or even delete an email without leaving the app one is using.

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