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I am thinking of upgrading from Lion to Mountain Lion. I have got Microsoft Word installed how do I find out if I will lose it in the upgrade.
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You will not lose applications during the upgrade. The OS will be upgraded with everything in tact. I did the upgrade on Friday and every application that was working on Lion previously continues to work the same way in Mountain Lion..my documents, dock contents everything remained unchanged..

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Thanks Raz0rEdge I shall wait till the weekend and take the plunge.
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