Here’s how to make the upgrade to Apple’s latest OS as quick and painless as possible
July 20, 2011 | By Dan Frakes | Macworld
At long last, Lion (Mac OS X 10.7) is available, and unlike previous versions of the Mac OS, getting it doesn’t involve driving to the nearest Apple Store or retailer, or waiting for the FedEx truck to arrive — you just download it directly from the Mac App Store. The installation process itself is also easier and faster, requiring just a few clicks to install Lion over your existing copy of Snow Leopard. But just because Lion is the easiest-to-install version of Mac OS X yet doesn’t mean you should make the jump without any preparation, or that there are no important decisions to make along the way.
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- Installing Lion: What you need to know (macworld.com)
- Apple Officially Releases Mac OS X Lion, Available for Download (techie-buzz.com)
- Which is faster? Mac OS X Lion or Mac OS X Snow Leopard? (cbsnews.com)
- Poll: Did you download Mac OS X Lion (10.7)? (engadget.com)
- How to Upgrade Your Mac to OS X Lion (thenextweb.com)