by Sebastian Wöber | 20th July 2011
Apple just released a new version of their operating system. OSX Lion, the last in a series of cats. It is available for download. I know, I know, it’s not particularly on topic. And what’s more do I even need a new OS or FCPX for that matter? I guess I don’t. But do I like to have it and see what it does? I admit I do. After all it’s only $30. The installation of OSX Lion is an upgrade via internet. You will have to make sure your Mac has an Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, or Xeon processor (Check About This Mac, it can be found in the Apple logo menu in the top left of your screen) and the latest version of OSX Snow Leopard and the installed (Make Software Update first). Don’t forget to create a complete backup of your system before you start upgrading. Then you’re all set and can download the Lion:Read more
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