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Old May 15, 2013, 12:09 PM   #1
Sniv
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Mountain Lion on MBA 2011 13''

Hi guys

Recently I updated from Lion to Mountain Lion on my MBA. I did not do a clean installation but opted for "an overwrite".
I did do back-ups and used Time Machine.

I have no problems as such with Mountain Lion, however I have noticed that it takes longer for my MBA to turn off now. I'm not talking minutes but about ten seconds.

Is that normal and something I just have to live with? I know it's not a big issue but I'm just curious.

Besides that the only other thing I have noticed is that some time my App Center shows updates (the little number in the corner) that have either been installed already or isn't there.
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Old May 15, 2013, 04:12 PM   #2
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Define longer...

How many seconds was it before?

How many seconds was it after?
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