Multi-Touch gestures on Mac OS X Lion

Mac OS X Lion is the world's most advanced desktop operating system. It contains more than 250 new features. The multi-touch gesture is one feature of Mac OS X Lion.

You may feel you have more than two hands when you take Mac OS X Lion. Mac OS X Lion brings you a new way to interact with your Mac. The feature of multi-touch gesture means Mac users can through the way of tap, scroll, pinch, and swipe to directly controlling what's on your screen in a more fluid, natural, and intuitive way.

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. This feature make user have a feel they could control the contents more directly.

Mac 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.

In Mac 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. This feature shows the better aspect to Mac users.

The Multi-Touch trackpad make Mac user can experience a full range of gestures. With iMac, you can choose between the Multi-Touch Magic Mouse and the even more gesture-friendly Magic Trackpad.