So you just got a brand new Mac with Mac OS X Mountain Lion installed, or maybe you’ve just upgraded from OS X Lion. Now what?
You have this brand new operating system that looks intimidating, overwhelming andconfusing! You think to yourself, or maybe even post on Twitter of Facebook, “How the heck do I use this thing?” Have no fear! I’m here to help, and honestly, Mountain Lion is not as bad as you may think. Sure it will take some getting used to, but after a couple of weeks you’ll be a Mountain Lion pro – using gestures, keyboard shortcuts, cool Mac terminology and awesome Mac apps.
OS X Mountain Lion is the ninth major release of OS X (formerly Mac OS X). It’s an operating system for Mac computers that was released on July 25, 2012. The latest release on September 19, 2012 added a few extra features, making OS X Mountain Lion even better. So how is Mountain Lion different? OS X Mountain Lion marks the beginning of the merge between iOS (Apple’s mobile operating system) and OS X, hence the reason why many of the new features and apps in this operating system come straight from iOS.