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Get in touch with your apps.

Multi-Touch gestures in OS X Lion make it feel as though you’re controlling your content more directly than ever before. So when you scroll down on your trackpad or Magic Mouse, your document scrolls down. When you scroll up, your web page scrolls up. When you swipe left, your photos move left.

Gestures that feel real.

OS X Lion offers more fluid and realistic gesture responses, including rubber-band scrolling, page and image zoom, and full-screen swiping. And with new animations in Lion, gestures look and feel more responsive and natural.

View Mission Control

Have a look at the big picture. Just swipe up on the trackpad with three fingers to see every open window on your Mac.

Switch between full-screen apps

Click the top-right corner of a window to make an app full screen. Then swipe three fingers to see another full-screen app.

Two-finger scroll

Slide two fingers up or down the trackpad to scroll through documents, websites, and more.

Tap to zoom

Want to get a closer look at a website? Just double-tap the trackpad with two fingers to quickly magnify the page.

Pinch to zoom

Say you want to zoom in and out of photos and web pages more precisely. Just move your thumb and finger to pinch.

Swipe to navigate

Flip through web pages, documents, and more. It’s just like thumbing a page in a book.

The scroll bar that wasn’t.

In OS X Lion, the scroll bar appears only when you scroll. So it doesn’t get in the way of the content on the screen.

More ways to Multi-Touch.

Every Mac notebook comes with a Multi-Touch trackpad that lets you use a full range of gestures. With iMac, you can choose between the Multi-Touch Magic Mouse or the even more gesture-friendly Magic Trackpad. And you can add either option to Mac mini or Mac Pro. So every Mac comes ready for all the Multi-Touch advancements in OS X Lion.