Mac OS X Lion 10.7 Review

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The new Mac OS X Lion 10.7 version was first shown in public back in October 2010. However, during that time we can say that the presentation was a little bit understated as compared with the launches of the iPhone and iPad. Steve Jobs simply referred to this operating system as a sneak peek of where the Mac OS X is headed for.

Apple seems to be very proud about its latest OS release and in fact, it has been declared as the “world’s most advanced desktop operating system.” Apparently, this new OS has managed to come out with over 250 new features.

The Mac OS X Lion 10.7 is hardly an explosive upgrade and also comes with a reasonable price of $ 29 that makes it a worthy upgrade for Mac owners. The Mac OS X Lion is available as disc-free download through the Mac App store. Once you have already downloaded it, then the installation will only take around 10-15 minutes and only requires a few clicks and a manual restart after the installation process in order to run smoothly.

The Mac OS X Lion 10.7 may fall short in terms of the number of APIs introduced in it as compared with the Tiger and Leopard OS releases, but it has managed to present radical acceleration of the past. It may not have those jaw-dropping features, but it is still considered the most advanced OS that we have at present.

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