Why download a developers preview, when it's as per above for developer's to preview and develop there software and drivers for it, so when the official release is out, driver's for all manufacturers will be 100%. It would only be a novelty item for one, and then there is the issue of application compatibility and driver compatibility. If you don't care about your programs and or data and have it backed up, go for it. But be warned, as you may not be able to go back, and if you have a spare machine to play around with I would have no idea what you will gain apart from bragging rights. Be warned though, if there is no reversioner you could well be really screwed, unless you have your firmware update menu passworded, so it cannot make changes to the system.
Have fun playing with a novelty item, and certainly if it crashes your system I would have no sympathy for you at all. I would suggest however that you read the MACRUMORS Forums to see from developers and others about any issues. Anyway have fun with your new cool upgraded 10.7 baby lion!
@Jeronimo2000 What are you talking about? As far as Snow Leopard goes I have the Retail 10.6 installed on my PC. So I have tried it so have many others, you do realize Mac's use the exact same hardware as PC's right? The only difference between a PC vs Mac is that Mac's use a EFI boot loader.
Thats where Chameleon comes in for pc, it boots you into OSX. Apart from that there is no real difference. Now yes I haven't installed OSX 10.7 yet, but I don't expect to run into any issues, afterall 10.7 will have support for macs using Core 2 Duo or Core i3/i5/i7. If you still think a retail copy of OSX can't be installed on pc, then GOOGLE: tonymacx86.
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@ Jeronimo2000 Yeah I was just pointing out that you can install a retail copy of OSX, I know that there is a requirement for installing Chameleon, but it has no effect on performance or experience, infact you can have it look exactly like the Apple boot up screen, and it'll function just like a real Mac. When I get home I'll try install OSX Lion, again I don't think i'll run into any issues, if OSX Snow Leopard can be installed, I don't see why OSX Lion couldn't. Not to mention there's always newer versions of Chameleon, so its inevitable. Ok here are some instructions! Open up bootcamp assistant 2. Partition your HD (give the new partition 32gb or less) 3.
Open up disk utility 4. Select the new partition and navigate over to 'erase' change the drop down menu from ms-dos to mac os x extended (journaled) 5. Click erase (make the fuck sure you're on the partition and not your main hd) 6. Run the os x installer app 7.
Click on show all disks (or something) 8. Choose the new partition you made 9. Let it go through it's install 10. Transcribe download mac torrent. It will restart your computer at least twice 11. That's all you really need. Just to recap, it works only on a Core 2 Duo and above, if you have an Core Duo (without the number 2) or Intel Core Solo it will not work OFICIALLY. There is a method to bypass this, just google it.