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OS X Mountain Lion, Apple’s most recent operating system for the Mac, has sold in excess of two million copies in just two days – on par with the release of OS X Lion last year, which shifted 1 million copies in its first 24 hours. The new operating system includes many new features – some of which have been borrowed from the company’s iOS mobile ecosystem. Things like Reminders, iMessage and Notification Center made a name for themselves on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, but now take pride of place on the desktop.

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OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion was released on the Mac App Store yesterday for a mindboggling price of just $19.99. It includes 200+ new features, most of which are taken – in one way or another – from iOS. It includes apps such as Notes, Reminders and Calendar, services like iMessage and Game Center and features like Twitter Integration, AirPlay Mirroring and easy sharing from system apps. The OS is getting excellent reviews from critics and, to be honest, it’s making some of us Windows users considering the thought of getting a Mac.

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With Apple’s success in the smartphone and tablet arenas, it is easy to sometimes forget where Apple made its name. Desktop computers, and later ultra stylish notebook machines have been Apple’s meat and drink since the company was founded way back when in that famous garage. Since then the Mac has been born, and the world of iOS has come to fruition thanks to the ever popular iPad and iPhone devices.

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All the talk around the internet right now is about the latest version of OS X to grace our beloved Macs. OS X 10.8, Mountain Lion, went live in the Mac App Store this morning and is already being well received by reviewers and real users alike.

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Now that the wait is finally over and Apple has made its latest desktop operating system available for download through the Mac App Store, the time has come for the public to give OS X Mountain Lion a whirl and see just what all the fuss is about. Mountain Lion has been getting some extremely positive press over the last few months due to the range of impressive new features which Apple has added, while at the same time taking some cues from the iPad & iOS and integrating them into the software in a move that could possibly spell the beginning of a future-proof and unified OS.

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With Apple finally releasing OS X Mountain Lion via the Mac App Store, users can quickly open the store up on their Macs and get their hands on the latest player in the desktop operating system game. The fact that Apple’s new OS is now available is obviously a positive thing, but once again the fact that it only comes as a digital download has caused a few people to raise their eyebrows at the company’s chosen method of distribution.

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It’s that time of the year again, folks, when Apple releases the next major release of its desktop operating system. The latest – OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion – has just been released on the Mac App Store for the reasonable price of $19.99. As I type this, hundreds of thousands of enthused Mac owners are downloading the OS, oblivious to the fact that some of their favorite apps may not work well after the upgrade.

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The latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion is – as of writing – is now available for download from the Mac App Store. It is all set to be installed on your Mac from the Mac App Store for just $19.99 which is a small price to pay considering all the new iOS-like features. In this post, we’ve listed eight of the best reasons why you should upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion today. Check them out after the jump, keep in mind that they are in no particular order!

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We all love it when the time comes along and Apple has a new piece of hardware or software for us to play with and get our teeth into. It has been a couple of months since the latest iPad was introduced to the world, and apart from a few betas of OS X Mountain Lion which was pushed out to registered developers of the respective development programs, Apple loving masses haven’t had anything new to tinker with for a while. With the new iPhone coming later this year and iOS 6 likely to be released alongside it, that only leaves OS X Mountain Lion as a relatively affordable option to grab right away.

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Apple is all set to release the next version of OS X – OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion” – as we’ve received news that the company has sent out (or “seeded”, the correct technical term for procedure) the code complete Golden Master version of Mountain Lion to specialists at AppleCare. Check out the details after the jump.

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As 9to5Mac speculates, Apple could finally launch OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) on July 25th, the justification behind the guesstimate being the planned overnight updates occurring at Apple Retail stores on July 24th. During this update period, staff would assemble various marketing information such as posters, while also installing the brand new operating system on each and every Mac within a store. Given Apple has already confirmed OS X Mountain Lion would arrive later this month in a $19.99 upgrade over at the Mac App Store, the 25th would seem as legitimate a date as any, but although 9to5Mac seems fairly sure, reiterated that it is more knowledge-based estimation than unofficial confirmation.

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Although most of the details with regards to Apple’s much anticipated OS X Mountain Lion are already public domain, the Cupertino company has now revealed which specific Macs will be upgradable once the next iteration of its desktop operating system does emerge. If you’re in ownership of a MacBook released prior to 2007, you’ll be disappointed to learn that you’ll need to grab yourself some new hardware if you wish to sink your teeth into Mountain Lion, since it’s thought it will simply not run on 32-bit GPUs.

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