If you thought that the iOS method of uninstalling apps was awesome, you’re going to love OS X Lion. The latest developer version of the operating system revealed that it features the same uninstalling method as iOS for apps purchased from the Mac App Store. Users just click and hold onto an app’s icon, and it will start to wobble just like how it does on iOS. Then users can click on the X icon that appears on the top left corner to delete the app.
It sure brings a whole new level of convenience to the operating system, but you can expect people unfamiliar to the way iOS works accidentally deleting their programs before finally figuring it out. This means that pranksters looking to delete your apps for fun can do so much more easily as well. No word on whether this feature will only apply for Apps downloaded from the App Store or for all programs installed normally as well. What do you think of this new app deleting feature?
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