Required OS X Mountain Lion Reading

So the big cat got out of the bag yesterday — Mountain Lion should now be on your Mac, or you should be getting it very soon if you haven’t already. I’ve been using it since last night, and it’s been fantastic so far.

Of course, like all big OS X releases, there are some fantastic reviews of the OS that you absolutely should read.

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion: the Ars Technica review by John Siracusa: At 24 pages, you had better prepare yourself for a long, well-written read. Another great OS X review from Siracusa.

MacStories Features: OS X Mountain Lion: The team at MacStories are some of my favorite writers all around in terms of Apple coverage. And here is their first eBook, which is dedicated to everything that you need to know about Mountain Lion! I have a copy, and have dived in to it today, and love what I am reading so far. Make sure to check it out and get a copy for yourself — it’s only $6.99, and 30% of the proceeds go towards The American Cancer Society.

If you don’t have time to read every Mountain Lion review or guide out there, that’s okay — make it these two.

 
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