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Mountain Lion tobe released July 25


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Title says it all (including that I can't type), source here OS X Mountain Lion Will Be Released Tomorrow, July 25

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I haven't used ML at all yet. Is it worth going through the hassle of un upgrade? It looks like more iOS-centric junk that I'll end up not using anyway, but I'll defer to someone with more experience.

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To me mountain lion feels like a more polished OS than lion and a little snappier. Also all your kexts and extra folder etc from lion should work in mountain lion so the upgrade shouldn't be that troublesome

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I've been using it since DP1 was first released and like it better than Lion, but I also don't see upgrading as a hassle and usually enjoy the process to some degree, so maybe not the best person to ask on that part.

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