Starting over with a fresh copy of Apple's media-player software requires uninstalling several programs besides iTunes itself.
If you are having problems downloading Mountain Lion to your new Mac from the Mac App Store, you may not be alone.
Get more work done in less time -- and with fewer interruptions -- by doing a quick system check and making a few simple, straightforward tweaks.
If you cannot seem to load the OS X Recovery HD partition to use various diagnostics and repair tools, the fix may be quick, but could also require a longer reinstallation.
The Mac App Store program can be removed from Snow Leopard, but once updated past OS X 10.6.6, reinstalling it may require a little more than simply installing a combo update.
While instructions are available to remove the latest malware threats for OS X, some may choose to simply reinstall OS X and start from a clean slate.
If you updated Safari to version 5.1 and then applied the OS X 10.6.8 v1.1 update, you will need to redownload the latest version of Safari again.
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Hardware limitations may be a factor, but choppy or laggy scrolling and window movement might be remedied by an OS reinstallation among other options.
Apple has updated the version of Mountain Lion in its Mac App Store to reflect the latest OS X 10.8.1 release.