July 28, 2012

Apple launches new Operating System for Mac

Apple Inc. launched the new operating system (OS), Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion for its Mac (Macintosh) computers on Wednesday. Mountain Lion costs USD 19.99 and is now available online. One can download the software. However, People who bought Mac computers on or after June 11 can upgrade it for free.
The new mountain Lion contains a notification panel similar to that found on many Smartphones and is social-media-friendly that makes it easier to share stories, videos and pictures online. Even Users can upload files via the iCloud online storage system using the new software. The new software more or less narrows the gap between the PC and phone software packages, making Mac personal computers work more like iPhones and iPads.
In short, OS X Mountain Lion comes with a number of new features and enhancements to the Mac, including improved iCloud integration with support for Notes and Reminders, iMessage support via the new Messages application, Notification Center, Power Nap updating during sleep, Dictation, enhanced sharing tools, Game Center, improved security with Gatekeeper and more.


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