Lion is one the most comprehensive updates to OS X ever. After Snow Leopard, an update that mostly streamlined and tweaked the status quo, that’s easy to see. Yet with Mission Control, full-screen mode, iOS-style scrolling and all the other tweaks, it’s no surprise that Lion’s many new features are a boon to some and a bane to others.
We’ve spent a fair amount of time getting used to the new OS X and have had time to decide which bits we love and which we merely put up with. We’ve also been listening to what other people are saying about Lion. Here we show you how to disable or tweak some of the features that have proven less than popular.