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Today Apple released version 10.7.3 of Mac OS X, fixing a few minor compatibility and stability issues in the operating system. If you've been having issues when using smart cards, authenticating with directory services, or you are running into Windows file sharing problems, this update is for you.


If you have especially slow internet, or for any other reason want a physical copy of OS X Lion, you can buy it on a flash drive for $75 from Apple. 9to5Mac is reporting that some users may be able to get them free of charge if they're "unable to use Lion's built-in recovery tools".


Mac OS X Lion was designed to bring the best of iOS to the desktop, but perhaps you don't believe there is such a thing. If you want to get rid of all the iOS-inspired stuff found in Lion, here's how to do it.