Apple’s Lion 10.7.1 Update Fixes A Few Tiny Bugs

Apple’s first update to its Lion operating system fixes some specific bugs like unresponsive video playback in Safari and missing administrative user accounts after upgrading from Snow Leopard.

If you were having problems with Lion before, though, (especially issues with app compatibility on Lion), don’t expect version 10.7.1 to fix those issues.

But Apple says the update will improve your Wi-Fi reliability, and it’s always a good idea to keep your OS updated, so go ahead and grab it from your Apple menu > Software Update option.

About the OS X Lion v10.7.1 Update [Apple via MacWorld

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