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Choose real-time if you have a decent computer and the latest version of your browser. To enable real-time RoaringApps, we need to download all application data (about 5MB) the first time you visit the site. Preparing Your Mac for Mac OS X Lion. Mac OS X 10.7 Lion is right around the corner.
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