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OS X Mountain Lion

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By Apple (Apple Inc.)

OS X Mountain Lion is the latest release of the powerful and easy-to-use operating system for the Mac. It includes over 200 new features to update your Mac into the best computing experience yet. With the new Messages app, you can send text, photos, videos, contacts, web links and documents to anyone using another Mac, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch — you can even start a conversation on one device and continue it on another. The new Share button makes it easy to share files, web pages, photos and videos, as well as tweet straight from the app you’re using. With the Reminders app, you can create to-do lists and alerts that appear in the new Notification Center. With Notes, you can write down all your ideas and even speak your words with Voice Dictation. Play head-to-head games on your Mac with friends on their Macs or iOS devices with Game Center. And with iCloud built in, it’s simple to keep all your mail, contacts, calendars, reminders, notes, to-do lists, music, photos, iWork files, PDFs and more up to date across all your devices.

• Send messages from your Mac to friends with an iPhone, iPad or Mac. 
• With iMessage, you can start a conversation on your Mac and pick it up on your iPhone or iPad.
• Messages also supports traditional instant messaging services like AIM, Yahoo!, Google Talk and Jabber.

• Documents in the Cloud lets you create and edit your documents on your Mac, iPhone and iPad.
• The new Reminders app makes managing tasks easy. Jot down your thoughts with the new Notes app. And iCloud keeps your Reminders and Notes up to date across all your devices.

• Type both searches and web addresses in the new Smart Search Field. 
• Pinch to see tabs with Tab View and swipe to switch between them.
• iCloud Tabs makes the last websites you looked at accessible on your iPhone, iPad and Mac.*

Notification Center
• New notifications appear in the top-right corner of your screen. 
• Open Notification Center from anywhere in OS X to see recent notifications. 
• Configure your notifications to receive just the ones you want.

• Share links, photos, videos and other files straight from the app you're in.
• Share with Mail, Messages and AirDrop.
• Sign in to Twitter, Flickr and Vimeo once to start sharing.
• Tweet straight from your apps with the Tweet sheet.

Game Center
• Play live multiplayer and turn-based games against friends on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac. 
• Log in to the Game Center app to see friends in your gaming network.
• Check out leaderboards and achievements.
• See what games your friends play and track your progress against them.

Other great Mountain Lion features
• Dictation lets you talk anywhere you can type — no setup or training required.
• AirPlay Mirroring shows your Mac screen on your HDTV with Apple TV.
• Power Nap keeps your Mac up to date while it sleeps so it’s instantly ready to go.
• Gatekeeper makes it safer to download apps from the Internet by giving you control over which apps can be installed on your Mac. 
• New features for Chinese users include improved text input, leading search engine Baidu as an option in Safari, sharing to microblogging service Sina Weibo and video websites Youku and Tudou, eight new fonts and a new Chinese dictionary.

* iCloud Tabs on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch requires iOS 6.

AirPlay Mirroring works with Apple TV (2nd generation or newer), iMac (mid 2011 or newer), Mac mini (mid 2011 or newer), MacBook Air (mid 2011 or newer) and MacBook Pro (early 2011 or newer).

Power Nap works with MacBook Air (late 2010 or newer) and MacBook Pro with Retina display.

Some features require an Apple ID and/or compatible Internet access; additional fees and terms apply. 

Some features require apps developed to work with Mountain Lion.

Release Notes

15/06/2013 | Version : 10.8.4 | Size : 4.1 GB
The 10.8.4 has features and fixes that improve the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac, including the following:

• Compatibility improvements when connecting to certain enterprise Wi-Fi networks
• Microsoft Exchange compatibility improvements in Calendar
• A fix for an issue that prevented FaceTime calls to non-U.S. phone numbers
• A fix for an issue that may prevent scheduled sleep after using Boot Camp
• Improved VoiceOver compatibility with text in PDF documents
• Includes Safari 6.0.5

06/04/2013 | Version : 10.8.3 | Size : 4.1 GB
The 10.8.3 update includes features and fixes that improve the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac, including the following:

• The ability to redeem iTunes gift cards in the Mac App Store using your Mac's built-in camera
• Boot Camp support for installing Windows 8
• Boot Camp support for Macs with a 3TB hard drive
• A fix for an issue that could cause a file URL to quit apps unexpectedly
• A fix for an issue that may cause Logic Pro to become unresponsive when using certain plug-ins
• A fix for an issue that may cause audio to stutter on 2011 iMacs
• Includes Safari 6.0.3

12/11/2012 | Version : 10.8.2 | Size : 4.1 GB
Facebook is now built into Mountain Lion, making it easier than ever to share and keep up to date with your friends.

Facebook built in
• Sign in once to set up Facebook for Sharing, Contacts, and Notification Center
• Easily share links and photos to Facebook right from the app you’re using
• View Facebook friends' contact information and profile pictures in Contacts
• Receive Facebook notifications in Notification Center
• Post a status update from Notification Center
• Play against Facebook friends with Game Center
• Like a game right from Game Center

Other great new features
• Power Nap support for MacBook Air (Late 2010)
• iMessages sent to your phone number now appear in Messages on your Mac*
• FaceTime now receives calls sent to your phone number*
• Add passes to Passbook on your iPhone or iPod touch from Safari and Mail on your Mac*
• Shared reminders help you track to-dos with other people
• Sort your notes by title, date edited, or date created
• Dictation now supports Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish, Korean, Canadian English, Canadian French, and Italian
• Dictionary application now includes a French dictionary

The 10.8.2 update also includes general operating system fixes that improve the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac.

*Requires iOS 6

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Comments and Ratings for OS X Mountain Lion

Nice and easy install (10.8.3)
05/04/2013 22:30:00 5/5 By Sanchez Hernando
I upgraded to ML so that my kids could use the Apple TV facility whilst away on holiday. Simple, quick install and not had a hitch or glitch with it at all. All of my other software (Pro Tools, Sibelius, iWorks etc…) integrated seamlessly with the new OS. For £13.99 it's a no-brainer.

Terrible! (10.8.2)
05/04/2013 19:30:00 1/5 By irinafedina
It does not work on my MAC, simply does NOT work! It opens Finder for 10 seconds… It tried to empty Trash for 2 days!!! It is impossible to use this version of OS X! Probably my MAC is too old for this version. I would like to downgrade back to 10.6.3. Who know how without losing data?

Really improved the speed of my Mac book Pro ! Glad ignored reviews! (10.8.3)
05/04/2013 02:43:00 5/5 By jhjhjkhkjjkj
My Macbook was slow, very slow. Wanted to download Adobe RAW and update so could open my RAW files from my D800. Updated to Lion very hesitently and got the update to open my RAW flles so was happy. It got a little faster. Updated the recent update to Lion today and whoo haa very fast like new laptop ! very impressed and dont regret paying for the update at all. Downsides, - Takes ages to update so make sure your not going to be using your Mac for anything important ( put aside several hours 5 ) - My Power point 2004 entrouage is not supported any more ;(( I found out will have to buy the 2011 one now .. but I cant complain it was 2004 one. Conclusion ; Def do it made such a big difference to my Mac , looks new, new features and super fast, thank you

Oh Apple! What have you done? (10.8.2)
04/04/2013 15:39:00 2/5 By RutlandG
I upgraded to Mountain Lion from Snow Leopard some weeks ago and although everything that still works works okay (much of my older pre-intel software has become defunct since the upgrade), it is all so very slow; I have been a mac owner for about 7 years and have never seen so much of the spinning rainbow! If things aren't improved shortly via free updates I can see myself reverting back to PCs when the time comes to replace my macbook - that's how desperate it has become! My main reason for upgrading was to have easy access to my photos between my macbook and iPad, but that really needs an upgrade of iPhoto, and what with my experience with this upgrade and the mixed reviews of the iPhoto upgrade, I just daren't risk it.

moutain lion (10.8.3)
03/04/2013 22:21:00 4/5 By Cardiffblue
I can remeber when coilour televisins first came in so you can I'm imagine my trepidation when I decided to up grade my iMac from its original state back in 2008 to now. I first had to down load Leopard which I did via disc and then straight onto Mountail Lion, th elatest version. It was easy, inspite of some of the problems being reported on this site. The fist stage went without a hitch, took about 1.5 hours to do all the bits an pieces and then straight onto the the latest update, which took about 2.5 hours as I was watching the football and maybe delayed things a little. Cracking job well worth doing, it's like having a brandnew PC in the home and we can now link in our three iphones, laptop and IPad all to one system. So don't be put off.

I'm a Mac chicken... (10.8.3)
03/04/2013 21:03:00 4/5 By kickin-steve
I don't go into the ins and outs of a PC/Mac, I click on an icon and expect it to work, if it doesnt then it's pants. After reading the reviews, some good and some bad I didn't want to chance messing my '08 iMac up, but after realising that all apps were pretty much poo without Mountain Lion I had to take the plunge. Needless to say all done within an hour and a half, maybe I'm lucky or maybe its because I don't tinker to much with my Mac, who knows, all I do know is that it has given it a new lease of life! Now to update iMovie & iPhoto *cringe*

Worked 90% well (10.8.3)
03/04/2013 19:55:00 5/5 By judgingman
I just got os x moutain lion on the family mac mini computer (intel core i5). I got this computer about 2 years ago. After reading the bad comments and some good, I got the software. Downloading it wasn't a problam, it was just the patience I needed. After taking about 60 minutes to download. I had a try at the new updates, much more helpful. It's getting a little bit crashy, a little bit annoyed. My dad got his macbook air (intel core i7) just before os x moutain lion came out. I downloaded for him after he came back from work, it was really fast, better than the mac mini, it froze for a second but then worked smoothly. I've been on his macbook air and it hasn't crashed at all, my dad said it hasn't been crashing when he works on it. He's also got the 2010 iMac (intel core i7). Again I downladed os x mountain lion for him, and it's worked smoothly, some crashes that's been bothering him. Over all, I think os x mountain lion coould be improved on the crashes, but over from that, fantastic. I just got the 27inch new iMac (intel core i7) and the 15inch retina display (intel core i7). It came with os x mountain lion, it was much better, no crashes, works perfectly. What apple should do for the next software they make, take their time, go through things well, make sure old macs, when getting the new software to work smoothly the same with the new macs that comes out with it. (if you get what I mean)

Whst (10.8.3)
03/04/2013 10:33:00 2/5 By humblespy
I downloaded and installed Mountain Lion as some software I wanted to use was not supported by Snow Leopard. Three days later I went to my Time Machine and back to SL. I don't understand why these companies (be it Apple even) keep fiddling with the interface and generally worsening it until it's totally useless. I hated almost all 'new' features which at the end prove to be counter intuitive. Tried to scrap a lot of the software that comes with it but I don't use such as games and other 'gadgets' but OSX apparenlty 'needs them'?? Also, had an impression that the whole system runs slower and SL and consumesl lot more CPU. No wonder as it's being loaded with a lot of useless crap. Find my mac feature sounds fun but I am not planning to lose it anyway hense the one additional star.

Billant (10.8.2)
02/04/2013 14:11:00 5/5 By Steveo13
I was running OS X 10.5.5 before and spent the money to get this latest software. It downloaded in about half an hour but download time depnds on your internet speed (mines very fast). Typically it will take about an hour and a half but you wont be dissapointed when you download it. Its very smooth with very few bugs. However my RAM was insufficient with only 2GB and i receievd the loading icon on everything i clicked on including opening a new tab in safari. If this happens to you, buy some new RAM. Ive now got 8GB for the late 2008 aluminium macbook and its insanely fast and i would recommend doing this for anyone with speed issues. Overall another good software update from Apple.

Downloading Mountain Lion (10.8.3)
02/04/2013 09:44:00 1/5 By Gray Owl
So, I've gone for mountain Loin……………How long does it take to download. When I've installed it, I'll give a review on it but not impressed by the time it's taking to download - 6hrs

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