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kid007 Posted: Thu, Jul 21 2011 4:14 PM

Hey Guys,

Long time, I'm writing about my experience with OS X Lion, since I had to with the creation of this thread thanks for Marco for listening :)

Here it goes, so far this New OS is absolutely flawless from the download to installation I have not had a problem...

I have been reading from most of everyone that I know about their experience with Lion and I can say; I have not read nothing negative about it. Everyone (including me) is shock of how the OS behave and how does react to your commands...

I still got my MacBook Pro 13.3 (the one in my sig) which I use mostly use for browsing the web and minor excel works... 

From my 24 hrs experience with OS X Lion, the only problem or mishap is that you might have to upgrade to 8 GB of ram... and Since the price of rams are cheap, this won't be a big expensive upgrade like we were used to with windows. The reason I say this is because Mission Control, Launch Pad and Safari uses half of your 4GB... (and you get to experience some 2-4 sec lags) <- this is according to the activity monitor...

If anyone got any question or want to add a comment feel free :)

 

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ouch, 4gb of ram?

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kid007 replied on Thu, Jul 21 2011 7:15 PM

yeah 4GB will run good but not that good, I just installed 8GB and this thing runs without a hiccup 

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realneil replied on Fri, Jul 22 2011 4:50 PM

Tiger Oops!, I mean Leopard was the OS I had on my 24" iMac when I sold it to my kid for school. I never had any problems with it either. People complain about "other" operating systems all of the time, (Mac guys about Windows & Windows guys about Mac) but that Mac was completely problem free and never froze-up in three years of almost constant use. It had 4GB of RAM and an Intel 'Extreme' CPU in it.

Yes, It was expensive as ~all-hail~, but overall, it was well worth the money spent.

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