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OS X Mountain Lion goes live at Mac App Store

updated 09:21 am EDT, Wed July 25, 2012

Upgrade should be available worldwide

As promised yesterday, the OS X Mountain Lion upgrade is now available through the Mac App Store. The download is 4.05GB, and costs $20 US. It should be available in most countries, although a MacNN attempt at downloading from the Australian store generated an error message.

The software incorporates a number of apps previously exclusive to iOS, including Notes, Reminders, Game Center, and the Notification Center. It also more deeply integrates iCloud, and introduces Gatekeeper, a new security system designed to prevent malware from being installed. In all, Apple claims that over 200 new features have been added.



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