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Well Are you excited, i cant wait for air play! facebook and twitter intergration!

asked Jul 25 '12 at 00:36

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Ask a simple question, get a simple answer. No.

answered Jul 25 '12 at 21:16

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ahah too bad then :)

(Jul 25 '12 at 23:59) jacobthriller1982 jacobthriller1982's gravatar image

I've been using the Betas and the GM seed for a while now. Quite honestly I haven't noticed a difference. I've used notification center a little bit. I think this should have been a 10.7.X update rather then a 10.X update - but oh well.

answered Jul 25 '12 at 04:25

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I've waited a long time for it! I will love Airplay and voice dictation

answered Jul 25 '12 at 00:38

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Yes and dictation, Gonna be awesome!

(Jul 25 '12 at 00:48) jacobthriller1982 jacobthriller1982's gravatar image

I'm excited to be upgrading my mac tomorrow, on release day, just like with lion. I am not THAT excited though. Not too many features were added, but for 20 bucks, it looks like some additions.

answered Jul 25 '12 at 01:20

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I can't wait! Even just the new style dock I am interested in! A few other great features too. It's only £13.99 so I can't complain!

answered Jul 25 '12 at 07:10

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does it fixes issues with retina mb pro's slow refresh rate?

answered Jul 25 '12 at 09:11

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No. I hate Lion, and Mountain Lion. The organization of windows, the lack of Spaces, Expose, and all of my favorite features as well as the clusterfuck of Mission Control makes me detest both 'Lion' OSs. The interface of new features is too dumbed-down for my taste. Also, there are way too many bugs in Mountain Lion and Lion to be acceptable from a company like Apple. I will be sticking with the last good OS release, Snow Leopard. If that no longer becomes an option (if I buy a new Mac) I will be switching to Ubuntu 10.04.

answered Jul 26 '12 at 00:53

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edited Jul 26 '12 at 00:54

...spaces and expose still exists. Have you tried either OS?

(Jul 27 '12 at 12:02) Fish Fish's gravatar image

He's trolling. Now Hansring STFU and go troll somewhere else

(Jul 27 '12 at 13:36) Studio66Designs Studio66Designs's gravatar image

Um no "Fish", they don't. They are all combined into Mission Control, which is neither as useful or easy to use as the two features were separately. Yes, I have tried both operating systems.

And no, "MyFunkyDesigns" I am not trolling. You STFU and go somewhere else.

(Jul 27 '12 at 20:07) hansring hansring's gravatar image
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