One of my favorite features of Mac OS X’s Safari web browser is Safari Reading List. For those of you unfamiliar with Safari Reading List, this feature within the Safari web browser, give you the ability to save articles to read whenever you like.
This is a great feature for anyone who users other Apple devices such as an Apple iPhone or iPad, because you can use iCloud to keep articles you have stored for reading within Safari Reading List synced across devices.
For those of you who don’t use this feature, you can easily turn it off in your Safari web browser using these steps.
Hiding the Safari Reading List icon from the Safari Bookmarks bar
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Hot on the heals of another blowout quarter from Apple, today, Apple launched their latest operating system, OS X Lion. With over 250 new features and a price-tag of just $29.99, it’s practically a no-brainer. With features like AirDrop, Mission Control along with new multi-touch gestures, Apple is certainly hitting its stride as far as innovating.
For those of you looking to upgrade, I can caution that you need to be sure you’ve upgraded your software first — and have enough free space on your hard drive.
To help you get started, here’s a short video on how to install OS X Lion. If you’re ready to purchase Lion – minus the tutorial, click here.
So what are you looking forward to most about this new operating system (if anything)? Leave a comment. Continue reading How to install OS X Lion from Apple