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    Is there a software compatibility website for Lion??
    Is there a website where one could go to check on the compatibility of software with Lion? I would like to know what software on my computer is NOT compatible so that I can determine my upgrade path.

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    Thanks bobtomay.

    I see that Parallels is not compatible. That may create a headache for me and a lot more individuals out there. Hopefully they will have the bugs worked out before Lion is launched.

    That program appears to be my only holdup for transition to Lion.

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    There are many programs listed that are either questionable or will need to be updated. We went through the same sort of thing when Snow Leopard was released. It was only a matter of several weeks before most everything was updated to work. However, some programs were never updated and probably never will be. For those you will need to find a replacement.

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    I'd be really surprised if the Parallels team have not been on this for weeks already.
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