By occasional contributor to MyMac.com, Susan Klement
I’m not what you would call a power user of my MacBook but I’m always intrigued by the new bells and whistles when there’s an upgrade to the operating system. Journalists David Pogue and Ed Mendelson raved about Mountain Lion and someone, I can’t recall who, said one didn’t need to wait for any bugs to be removed from OS 10.8, so I decided to purchase it almost right away.
It took about an hour and a half, all told, to install Mountain Lion on my somewhat aging (late 2009) MacBook and the installation seemed to go very smoothly. Others reported that the installation went much faster, but they probably have newer, more powerful machines.