That Dashboard disabling is like a whole new world
PSA: Apple Nerds - OS X Mountain Lion Is Released Today
Just thought I'd better report back in with my tale..
Eventually after much jiggery pokery involving tethering my iphone downloading a big chunk (and blowing my data allowance for this month) I eventually got it all downloaded, both my home and work routers are BT with apparently some firmware issue that wont allow files bigger than 2 gig to download, at least that's what their help desk tells me, (i'm still waiting for them to call back with a solution, like that's ever going to happen).
So what's it like so far?
My MB Pro is about 18 months old and suffered the last upgrade from Snow Leopard as I said previously, but it has definitely perked up a bit with this, I don't think it's quite as quick, I kept a start up disk with snow leopard and some old software that wouldn't make the jump to Lion, so I'll try compare later.
I had to switched because they dumped mobile me and iCloud is much improved and the mail programme which became super clunky has also been retweeked (you get little flashes on the desktop now of important mail conversations you're having).
I'm old guard Macman so never use launchpad or mission control, I view them as a sop to the ipod generation of dimwits, but they look kind of pretty if you're feeling glum in this sad arse summer we're having.
I haven't lost too much software other than parallels this go round and it all got placed in a nice folder saying something along the lines we've screwed you again you can't use this stuff go buy some more, but whatever.. It's quicker and I'm happier about that, if anyone else has found anything else useful I'd love to read about it, you'd think they might have provided a walk through, they used to in the days you loaded from CD's, this app store delivery sucks imv.
So that's about it from my perspective..
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