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Will you recommend the Lion OS?

8OSX LION TH 250 New Features, Available in 123 Countries 1 Million Downloads on the First Day of Release WILL YOU RECOMMEND THE LION OS? YES NO VS. AirDrop is an incredibly simple drag-and-drop file sharing system that allows you to swap files Mail don't work. with other Macs over WiH. Apple has introduced a handful of features meant to address security and privacy, No longer beginner-friendly. including sandboxing. Some features that I found useful in the past were apparently gone - until l did some looking. Can't run PowerPC applications. Spotlight magnifying glass in the upper right hand cormer now extends beyond system search. Problems with crashes and iMovie. Not the polished upgrade I expected. Resume, Autosave, and Versions will likely be the most important additions for many of you. You!ll find more than enough features amongst the 250-plus to New gestures are hard to use and adjust to. justify that modest price tag. You can easily go back to the old ways in scrolling, mail layout, Can only be installed on Core 2 Duo (or later). unhiding the libřary. The resume feature is great, versioning is a must have once you start to rely on it. Autocomplete not exactly welcome assistance. Auto Save and Versions are likely to save a lot of heart break for a lot of users. Depends on the age of everything on your system. We didn't notice any major hangups on our clean system Aworking Mac is required to download and install. when installing Lion. Full screen doesn't free up a ton of formerly unused space. Things seem snappier and for me. Mission Control is a great addition. Natural scrolling is difficult due to years of muscle memory. Full screen apps – was sceptical at first, but yes, they're good news. Apple executes airdrop with typically userfnendly panache. I am not amused. So many things changed, broken or missing. Apple promafan this build of fewer crashes in I've no idea what the other 240 some other "improvements" are. Safari (v5.1) gets some nice upgrades here. Hate the new left-panel display in finder, not as clear as the old one. Install and upgrade was easy and flawless. A few features are missing like the ability to add things to Launchpad Works with office 2008 Transfering anything on airdrop through com-2-com wifi is slow and drops regularly. and above. Had to force quit Finder at least 3 times during the past 4 hours, don't know why it stops responding. Don't have to stand in line to buy it. VMWare Fusion works fine. I know Launchpad is used to attract new iPad-but-not-yet-Mac users, but for old Mac hands,a waste of time. Mission Control is a waste of time for power users; the old 4 finger swipe app Switcher was far more efficienit. Pretty!, No scroll bars. Mail -I was really looking forward to this after watching the Keynote, but in practice it's visually confusing and nowhere near as clean,neat and efficient as the old display. Costs only $29 Brauht to yau ba Mobdis.com Mobile ads and sites builder MOBDIS pro infornat ion scoured fron foruns

Will you recommend the Lion OS?

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