Why you should upgrade to OS X Lion we show you in 10 reasons

Few days ago Apple released the new version of OS X Lion which make huge number of selling in its first day according to Apple they sold one million copy of it just in its first day and it is the best selling number in apple history for the first day of releasing may be if you didn’t upgrade your device to OS X Lion till now or you didn’t know much about it and wondering why all talk about it and this huge success we will take you in a tour to show the most important 10 reasons makes you know why OS X Lion lets start now

Reason #10: Do you use iOS? You’ll feel right at home

Apple is marketing Lion as a combination of Mac OS X with some features from iOS, in order to provide a more updated user experience that’s unheard of on traditional operating systems. By taking advantage of a multi-touch TrackPad or mouse, if present, Lion will allow the system to be controlled by intuitive finger swipes. There’s also LaunchPad, a port of the Home Screen found in iOS, that allows users to launch, uninstall and organize apps like they do on their iDevices.

Reason #9: AirDrop – the future of collaboration?

Until now, the best way to share documents between computers was to either set up a network share, which took a fair amount of time and patience, or to send files around over the Internet. AirDrop puts an end to all that by allowing files to sent back and forth between computers in the same network, similar to Bluetooth transfers. Though AirDrop’s interface, users will see all computers within the same network and access all the files shared by those users like standard folders.

Reason #8: Wikipedia searching is now much faster

This feature might have flown under the radar but it’s rather interesting. Instead of having to launch the browser to search Wikipedia, Spotlight will now allow Wikipedia searches from right within OS X. Choosing the “Search Wikipedia” option will launch Lion’s built-in dictionary app displaying the relevant entry.

Reason #7: QuickTime is now more of a movie editor, less of a player

With the introduction of QuickTime X back in Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Apple clearly wanted to position the application as a basic video editor instead of just a (lousy, in my opinion) player. The work continues with Lion with new features such as clip merging, rotation and enhancements to the screen capturing feature. If you haven’t found a use for QuickTime X yet, Lion might give you a few ideas.

Reason #6: You won’t need an install disc ever, ever again

Unlike previous versions of Mac OS X, reinstalling Lion doesn’t require any installation or recovery discs: instead, there’s a simple recovery partition that can be accessed by pressing the Command+R key combination when the startup chime is played. If you users wish to, the recovery utility will then download a full copy of Lion and reinstall the system on the spot while preserving all existing data. Recovery Mode also includes a web browser-only mode for emergency online tasks. We must say: this is smart!

Reason #5: It’s rock-solid

Using a Mac running OS X Lion will feel more like operating an appliance than a computer. With two new features, the state of documents and apps can be saved automatically whenever they’re closed or the computer is shut down. Autosave saves documents on the fly and Resume saves the state of applications when they’re closed or when the computer is shut down or restarted.

 

Reason #4: Free HD Video Chatting

Lion comes with the final version of FaceTime built right in, allowing users start video chats with any Lion, iPhone, iPod touch or iPad user. The service is integrated right into Address Book, allowing contacts to be reached easily.

Reason #3: FileVault now encrypts external drives

FileVault, which has been built into Mac OS X for several years now, has received its first significant upgrade. FileVault now features higher XTS-AES 128, much-improved performance and encryption of USB and Firewire external drives. If you often walk around with an external hard drive, encrypting might not be such a bad idea.

Reason #2: iChat, your next instant messaging client?

Apple’s instant messaging client has received significant updates over the years but many have speculated about its demise. Lion proves that there’s a glimmer of hope for the app, which now boasts support for third-party plugins, allowing the client to work with other services (possibly Windows Live, at last?). It also features support for Yahoo! Messenger right out of the box.

Reason #1: You use a Mac, you need to have the newest thing!

Let’s face it: all the cool kids are upgrading to Lion. With 1 million downloads on its first day, Lion has so far been the most popular Mac OS X release in Apple’s history. Moreover, Apple is known for discontinuing support and updates for old operating systems pretty quickly, so if you want to stay protected against the newest threats, upgrading to Lion might be required sooner than later.

 

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