// August 4th, 2011 // No Comments » // Apple, OS X, Software
Everyone’s had a little time with Lion, that is if you’ve upgraded already. Personally, I’m not a fan—especially of the oft mentioned “natural” scrolling, which doesn’t work for me as a desktop convention. In fact, all the changes that are trying to make OS X feel more like iOS kind of irk me.
That being said, I think I’ll get used to Lion, and $30 for an upgrade for all my Macs isn’t a bad price. So far though, I haven’t found any killer features I feel like I’m missing out on between Snow Leopard at work, and my Lion machines at home.
The article below gives five nice tweaks for Lion, though honestly, I’ve only implemented the showing of my Library. I don’t mind missing the scrollbars, nor things like autocorrect. Check back with me in a month. I may have changed my mind, but so far while nothing really wows me, nothing completely repulses me either.
Hackinations: 5 Really Good Lion Tweaks