In general, the upgrade of my Mac to 10.7 (Lion) has been very smooth and I have written a blog post about how impressed I have been. However, I have come across a couple of niggles….
1. My NAS box is no longer recognised I expect hardware to break with Windows, but Mac backwards compatability has generally been exceptional. So I am disappointed to find that my shared network box still appears but I can no longer connect to it under 10.7
2. Network Settings have been lost. I had several shares setup for ftp and smb for other systems. I had to receate these.
3. Items stored in bin need reinstallation. Applications are kept in the update but things like Mercurial and Java need to be installed.
Overall it is an impressive update and well worth the money. Anything annoy you in the new version of OS X?
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