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This video about Apple’s new Mac OS X Lion was demonstrated at Apple’s Globally Developers Conference (WWDC 2011). You can find lots of Mac OS X Tips & Tricks in this blog. The new Mac OS X Lion will be released this July and the price is just $29.99 .Lion requires hardware with a Core 2 Duo processor or better. Mac OS X Lion is also very touch-centric.

Watch Mac OS X Lion Keynote Official Video,

Key Features of “Mac OS X Lion”

Lion comes with 250+ cool new features which makes life simpler.

1. Launchpad

A home for your apps
Launchpad is a full-screen home for all the apps on your Mac. It creates full-screen pages to accommodate your apps and adds new pages as you add more apps. Find the app you want and open it with a single click.
Gesture navigation
Move between Launchpad pages with a three-finger swipe.
Arrange apps any way you like.
You can rearrange apps by dragging their icons to a new location or even to another page.

Organize with folders
Group applications in folders. Simply drag one app icon on top of another and Launchpad creates a folder. Launchpad uses the application’s category (Productivity, Finance, Games) to suggest a folder name, or you can create your own. Each folder can hold as many as 32 apps.
Drag favorites to the Dock
For even faster access to your apps, drag your favorites to the Dock from Launchpad.

2. Multi-Touch Gestures

Fluid, responsive animations
Fluid animations make gestures feel more responsive, as if your fingers were manipulating the actual page. OS X Lion includes new animations such as rubber-band scrolling, zooming, and swiping.
Tap to zoom
Double-tap to zoom in on text or images in Safari and Preview. Safari zooms intelligently based on the layout of the web page, so you get exactly what you’re looking for.

3. Air Drop

Send files wirelessly
AirDrop is the simplest way to send files wirelessly to anyone around you.
No setup or configuration
AirDrop doesn’t require setup or special settings.
No network required
AirDrop uses Peer-to-Peer Wi-Fi between participating Mac computers and doesn’t require a wireless network infrastructure or base station.

4. FaceTime

Make video calls
FaceTime for Mac lets you make video calls to other Intel-based Mac computers, iPad 2, iPhone 4, or the latest iPod touch.
Full-screen view
A new full-screen view puts FaceTime video calls in their own space. This allows you to switch between a call and other apps while still in full-screen view.

5. Mission Control

See everything on your Mac
Mission Control brings together everything running on your Mac — open windows, full-screen apps, spaces, and Dashboard — in one bird’s-eye view. A row of thumbnails across the top of the screen represents Dashboard, desktop spaces, and your full-screen apps. The lower part of the screen shows an Exposé view of the open windows on your desktop. Click anything to instantly navigate to it. Learn
Gesture navigation
Swipe up and your desktop zooms out to Mission Control. Swipe right or left to move to the next or previous Mission Control item.
Mac is really cool than any operating system

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