Friday, June 10, 2011

250 new features of Mac OS X Lion Part.III

Screen Sharing
In Mac OS X Leo, Screen Sharing now supports user accounts and allows you to connect to a computer already in use with another account (Remote access multi-user). You can also use an Apple ID to authenticate and a new observation mode only makes its appearance.

Photo Booth
It was a (small) surprise at the Keynote, Apple has updated Photo Booth, its application to take pictures with effects. It contains a full screen mode like all Apple applications, but new effects using face recognition. Photo Booth benefits (finally) FaceTime HD cameras and takes pictures in high resolution while videos can be shortened.

Full Screen
Applications can now integrate a full screen mode by default which is already active for applications from Apple. In this mode, only the application remains the dock as the menu bar disappears. Multitouch gestures can go a full screen application to another.

System Preferences
The new preferences system Lion centralize the management of Internet accounts in one preference pane. Some new options are also emerging, like the ability to hide indicators of the dock to open applications or reversing the pad.

QuickTime Player:
New editing capabilities for QuickTime Player and the new combination of multiple videos or video rotation. It can also save only a single part of the screen, whereas in the screenshot, the clicks are highlighted. New sharing options are also included in Leo.

Mac OS X Lion has a new mode that allows access to data via the network without re-enable the entire system, thereby saving electricity. This mode activates neither the monitor nor the USB ports. Among the new features include the appearance of a window when a network requires authentication, support for NFSv4 and SMB addresses with DFS that facilitate reconnection.

This resets an application or even the entire system in the state where he or she was before her arrest, as in IOS. When turning off the Mac, you can also specify a starting from scratch, as was the case with Snow Leopard.

Mac OS X Lion contains a hidden partition that can easily restore the system without optical disk, which is handy given the market only by the Mac App Store. The recovery mode contains several tools, including one that allows you to reinstall (possibly from a TimeMachine backup), but it also includes Safari to do research on your problem.

Apple's browser starts up to date with a full screen and new touch gestures, including the double tap to zoom and intelligent way to pinch to zoom in IOS. Safari improves support HTML5 and the CSS3, it contains a new list of downloads (a bit of future Firefox Safari) and a reading list for items that you do not want to read immediately (A function similar to Instapaper in Safari 5.1). Safari also practices sandboxing and application contains a new architecture that makes the browser more stable with a separation process.


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