What's new in OS X Mountain Lion
A quick, visual tour of the most important new features in Apple's latest operating system: OS X Mountain Lion
By Macworld Staff | Network World US | Published: 17:52, 30 July 2012
Apple brags that OS X Mountain Lion boasts more than 200 new features. Even though that number involves some creative counting, there are a lot of impressive additions. Here are 14 of the most important.
Auto Save - introduced with Lion - allowed you to browse through previously saved versions of a document, much as you retrieve files from a Time Machine backup. In Mountain Lion, it gains some new, improved capabilities. Specifically, it adds some new options to the menu you get when you click on the title of a document. In addition to Duplicate, Lock and Browse All Versions, you'll now find commands for renaming and moving files as well as retrieving the last saved version of the file.