Intego to Update Its Software before Mac OS X Lion Is Out
Article by George Norman
On 08 Jul 2011
Intego, company that specializes in providing security solutions for Mac, has recently announced that it plans to update its software before Cupertino-based software developer Apple releases Mac OS X 10.7 Lion to the public. Intego does that to ensure that its software is fully compatible with Apple’s operating system.

“Intego’s software has always been compatible with the latest versions of Apple’s operating systems as of the day of their release. Lion is no exception. We’re putting the finishing touches on our programs to ensure full compatibility with Lion. In a short time, we will announce the version numbers of our programs that will be fully Lion-compatible,” announced Intego.

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Intego went on to say users of its software should upgrade said software before upgrading their Mac OS X operating system. By updating Intego’s software first, you ensure it works flawlessly with Lion. If you upgrade to Lion first, then update your Intego software, you may find out that Lion disabled certain parts of Intego programs (Lion disables bits that are not compatible and you will be left unprotected).

When will Mac OS X Lion be released to the public? We don’t know for sure. Rumor on the web has it that it will be released sometime next week. But that’s just a rumor; Apple has not provide an exact release date yet. What we do know is that Apple released a Golden Master version of the operating system to developers. The Golden Master is the final version of the program, which means the public will get the operating system in the very near future.

We also know what Mac OS X Lion will not be sold on discs – it will be sold online. Instead of purchasing a disc with Lion on it, you will purchase it from the Mac App Store and download it off the web.



Tags: Intego, Security, Apple, Mac OS X, Lion, Mac App Store
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