A few days ago along with the regular versions of Xcode and test out iCloud GM-build user and server versions of Leo, which differs from the usual application Lion Server.app, which is like the operating system itself will be available in the Mac App Store at a price of $50. In this article I tried to gather different information and new facts that were found after installing the latest test version of the OS.
It turns out that until this point the user agreement (EULA) officially forbidden to virtualize Mac OS X in a normal operating system – it could only do the owners of the server Makosi.
But along with many innovations and changes in the company from Cupertino has not forgotten to improve licensing policies Lion, in which GM-build of developers have found the final version of the EULA for future OS. According to this document is now even ordinary users can quite legally run up to two additional copies of the Lion on the same machine without purchasing new licenses. That’s what literally says in the new edition EULA:
(III) To install, use and run up to two (2) additional copies or instances of the Apple Software within virtual operating system environments on each Mac Computer you own or control that is already running the Apple Software.
The owners of the Mac, which are installed at least once Snow Leopard, need to remember an interesting space saver with speeding greeting phrases in various languages, which appears during the first boot Mac OS X (before the user is prompted to select the language of the newly installed system and pass short process of its initial configuration).
It seems the company from Cupertino decided to abolish this movie and instead show the user a more useful guide – how to work with multitouch Lion, because this technology is deeply integrated into the system.
But if you to install the system on a separate partition, just before setting up the system in the language selection screen before you will “sweep” the very phrase greeting:
One of the drawbacks of previous builds Lion Developer Preivew was the lack of short video clips that were displayed during the configuration of behavior Magic Mouse and trackpads in the System Preferences utility.
In the GM-release these tutorials have appeared. Each of these shows, as required to one of a multi-gesture, and what happens on your computer. As in Snow Leopard, setup Magic Mouse and touch trackpads are located in the relevant sections of the System Preferences.
Other innovations are not so many, but among them are the following:
If you notice anything else, do not be lazy to talk about this in the comments.