Mac OS X Lion 10.7

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CreatedCreated : Mar 3, 2011
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New or changed features Some new features were announced at the " Back to the Mac" keynote in October 2010, and the Apple website was updated in February 2011 with more details. More features are expected to be revealed as the release date nears.

  • Address Book now uses an iPad-like user interface

  • AirDrop — Mac-to-Mac file sharing.

  • Auto Save — As in iOS, documents in applications written to use Auto Save will be saved automatically so users don`t have to worry about manually managing their documents.

  • FaceTime comes bundled with Lion.

  • FileVault now offers full disk encryption added security with XTS-AES 128 data encryption. Support for FileVault on external hard drives has also been added.

  • Finder redesigned.

  • Folder Merging — Unlike previous version of OS X, one can now merge files under two folders with the same name. A prompt will appear asking whether one wants to replace or keep both files.

  • iCal has an updated user interface, with support for a full-screen view.

  • iChat support for logging into Yahoo! Messenger. Users can audio- and video-chat with other iChat users using their Yahoo! accounts.

  • Launchpad — An application launcher that displays an iOS-like icon grid of installed applications. It will feature the ability to make multiple pages and group apps into folders which function the same as folders in iOS.

  • Mac App Store — An application store built in the image of the iOS App Store. Like in iOS, it will provide ways for shoppers to discover apps, one-click installation of apps, and one-click updates of all or selected installed applications. The Mac App Store was released for Mac OS X Snow Leopard on January 6, 2011 as it was bundled with the Mac OS X 10. 6. 6 update.

  • Mail 5 – Uses an iPad-like user interface, has a fullscreen-optimized view, uses chronological " Conversations" to organize messages, [6] and supports Exchange 2010.

  • Preview gains several features, including full-screen support and the ability to sign a document just by holding a signed piece of paper up to the camera.

  • Profile Manager — Allows profile-based management of iOS devices and Mac OS X Lion by Apple Inc

  • QuickTime re-incorporates some features from QuickTime Pro. New features cited include Copy/Paste, Insert Clip, Crop Video, Rotate Video, Resize, Trim, and more Export options.

  • Recovery Partition — Apple has introduced a recovery partition that includes utilities generally found on the OS X discs. This partition will allow you to restore your computer to its original factory state.

  • Resume — Applications resume in the same state when re-opened as already seen in iOS. Because of this, the Dock no longer visually indicates whether an app is currently running or not.

  • Server — Mac OS X Server is now bundled with Mac OS X, rather than being a separate version of the OS.

  • System Information — This feature is a re-design of " About This Mac" and has been completely altered with new views which display graphical information on displays, storage devices, memory usage along with other hardware information.

  • Versions — Time Machine-like saving and browsing of past versions of documents for applications written to use Versions.

[edit] Refinements to the user interface

  • Full-screen apps — Native, system-wide support for full-screen applications. Supporting applications display a new button at the top right of application window, this button opens applications in full-screen mode.

  • Mission Control replaces the " All windows" Exposé overview of running applications and combines it with Spaces, Dashboard, and full-screen apps.

  • Multi-touch gestures — Similar to iOS, additional gestures performed using a multi-touch input device (e. g. Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad) will allow the user to scroll, swipe to different pages, and enter Mission Control. While this is not the first official multi-touch support for Mac OS X, it has been expanded; other frameworks, such as Lux, have already created multi-touch support.

  • Many changes to the user interface include:

    • Redesigned Aqua user interface elements, button, tabs are now " sliding switches" , progress bar. The red, yellow, and green close, minimize, and maximize buttons in the window decorations have been made smaller.

    • Flexible window resizing from any edge of the window.

    • The metal finish has also been slightly altered.

    • The dock no longer shows which apps are running (unless a toggle is set).

    • Autohiding scroll bars now disappear similar to iOS when they are not being used.

    • Scrolling is reversed, to act more like a touch screen computer.

    • When you resize the window by clicking on the green button (left-top), there is a transform-animation.

    • New windows fly to the front (like opening a program in iOS).

What is new in official Mac OS X Lion 10.7 software version? - Unable to resolve 10.7 news. What is expected in the future? Newly-made Mac OS X Lion 10.8 be downloaded from current page, we also looking forward to unconfirmed 10.9 release build. You may download index.html directly, estimated download time by FiOS [~50.0 Mbit/s] is 0:03:18. Just write the reviews of the Mac OS X Lion. System requirements are x86-64 processor (Macs with an Intel Core 2 Duo or later CPU). Program has been scanned and verified by the several antivirus and anti-spyware applications and Mac OS X Lion found to be clean. No guide or Mac OS X Lion tutorial available. The following languages are supported by Mac OS X Lion: English.

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