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I didn't read the entire thing but what I did read I found pretty interesting. I am still pretty new to the whole Apple scene so I don't have much previous experience to go off of but so far OS X Lion has been awesome. Seems like Lion has done a good job of bringing some new things to the table as well as borrowed some successful things from iOS.
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I didn't read the entire thing but what I did read I found pretty interesting. I am still pretty new to the whole Apple scene so I don't have much previous experience to go off of but so far OS X Lion has been awesome. Seems like Lion has done a good job of bringing some new things to the table as well as borrowed some successful things from iOS.
Yeah, I agree. I've found it very smooth so far. There's a few bugs here and there, but nothing that is problematic. It just needs a little tweaking. I'm looking forward to iCloud
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