“Apple is reinventing the way we think about accessing application windows, organization of those windows, and the way we access running applications. A new feature called Mission Control in Mac OS X 10.7 Lion makes it all easy,” David W. Martin reports for Cult of Mac.
“Mission Control is the next step in the evolution of Exposé and Spaces – a combination of the two with a little bit of Apple ingenuity added on top,” Martin reports. “As a result it will make it easier for you to view the windows of all running applications, jump between them, and get to the specific application you need very easily.”
Martin reports, “Spaces is integrated into Mission Control, but only appears after you’ve activated Spaces in the System Preferences. Once you’ve activated it the extra Spaces desktops appear as thumbnails at the top of the Mission Control screen.”
More info, including screenshots, in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]