There are reportedly over 250 new and changed features in OS X Lion. While it would be nearly impossible to document every single change, here are some screen grabs of some of the most interesting new or changed features in Lion.
Looking to get online with your Macbook? Having trouble connecting when you just did it yesterday? All of this and more is covered in this incredibly useful and in-depth guide to the Internet and your Macbook.
So you are new to OS X Lion but are not exactly sure how to go about all it has to offer? Fear not, as we tackle the very basics of the brand new operating system so you can go ahead and have it live up to its full potential!
Are you worried about security on your Mac? Even though there are far fewer viruses, worms and other malicious software designed to target Mac computers, you could still be at risk. Learn how to protect yourself with some of the best free antivirus...
If you don't have a Mac but want to try Mac OS X Lion, you can - just as long as you have a Windows PC equipped with an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU or later, a virtual version of Mac OS X will run in VMware Player!
Although Mac OS X Lion is intended to be installed from Snow Leopard, it can be clean installed as well. For many Mac users, this may be the best option, particularly if there are a bunch of junk files that Snow Leopard has collected.
The Mac OS X Lion operating system is Apple's first ever, fully digital OS distribution, meaning that it is not distributed through DVD install discs, but rather, via download from the Mac App Store. Creating a bootable recovery flash drive or DVD...
Rather than take disks of documents or sending emails to and from work and home every weekend, why not create a virtual machine and swap it between the Windows PC at work and your Apple Mac at home? Using VMware products, this is quite easy to do!