Apple’s Power nap feature didn’t work as planned when Mountain Lion was first released, leaving many compatible Macs without the cool new feature. Apple has begun fixing that by releasing updates for compatible Macs.
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We’ve been told since we were very young that it’s good to share. With OS X Mountain Lion, Apple makes it easier then ever to be the kind of person your parents always dreamed you’d be. No, not an doctor. Someone who shares.
Apple has build a “do not disturb” mode directly into the Mountain Lion Notification Center, muting all notifications on your Mac until the next day, or until you turn them back on. Here’s how it works!
Yesterday we reported that Apple was sending out invalid redemption codes to eligible customers who wanted to take advantage of the Up-to-Date program allowing them to download Mountain Lion for free.
With yesterday’s release of OS X Mountain Lion came a major new version of Apple’s Safari web browser: Safari 6. The update is packed with a heaping helping of new and improved features. Here are seven of our favorites.
We recently told you how to make a USB backup of your OS X Mountain Lion Installer, but maybe you’re the kind of person who likes to have it all done for you automatically. Well there’s good news for you my lazy friend…
Despite being late to the game (Apps like Byword and iAWriter beat Apple to the punch), Apple has done a great job on Documents in the Cloud. We’ll show you what it can do and how you can take advantage!
Following the launch of Mountain Lion yesterday, it appeared that Apple had completely removed OS X Lion from the Mac App Store, removing it from many users’ purchased lists in the process. Fortunately, all is not as it seems.
There’s a whole lot happening on your Mac, you’ve got emails coming in, instant messages, alarms, etc. Mountain Lion’s Notification Center brings that all together into one location, where everything can be quickly seen at a glance.
Apple’s release of OS X Mountain Lion earlier today brought a previously iOS-only feature to the Mac: Game Center – and Apple launched a new Game Center hub on the Mac App Store with a running list of all of compatible games!
OS X Mountain Lion has a ton of cool new features – and we’ve covered a lot of those. But our little fingers can only do so much typing in a single day! Here’s an awesome video showing you 30 features in just 2 minutes!
Mountain Lion also has some great new features that haven’t been emphasized, fully explained, or widely trumped. We’ve decided to pick a few and give them the attention they deserve.
As of iOS 5, you could mirror your iPad or iPhone to an Apple TV. Mac users salivated and begged for the same ability. Well wipe your chin and listen up True Believer! OS X Mountain Lion brings AirPlay Mirroring to your late-model Mac. Here’s how!
Some recent Mac buyers who are trying to upgrade to Mountain Lion through Apple’s OS X Up-to-Date program have ran into error messages telling them their redemption code has already been used.
Following the release of OS X Mountain Lion this morning, MacStories notes that Apple has now completely removed OS X Lion from the Mac App Store.
Very shortly after it was released, OS X Mountain Lion had already risen to the tippy top of the Mac App Store charts, where it currently has over 750 ratings – over 700 of which are positive!