Apple yesterday released the much awaited Mac OS X Lion which is available for $29.99 in App Store. The new OS X brought a lot of new and exciting features among which is the inverted scrolling. If you don’t know what inverted scrolling is, it is when you swipe your finger downwards, the screen will move in the opposite direction just like touchscreen smartphones.
Using inverted scrolling is completely new in case of computers and getting used to it is a problem for many people who upgraded to Mac OS X Lion. If your annoyed by the inverted scrolling and want to disable it we have a fix for you.
How to Disable Inverted Scrolling on OS X Lion
You can easily disable it by following some simple steps shown below.
Step 1. First of all, open System Preferences on your Mac.
Step 2. Now, in system preferences look for Trackpad.
Step 3. Go to “Scroll and Zoom” tab.
Step 4. There in the menu, you will see “Scroll Direction: Natural”. If you want to disable inverted scrolling on you Mac, just disable it. And you have successfully disabled inverted scrolling on your Mac.
If you are using Magic Mouse, you can follow some steps below:
Step 1. Go to System Preferences
Step 2. Select Mouse
Step 3. Uncheck the following, “When using gestures to scroll or navigate, move content in the direction of finger movement.” and this will disable inverted scrolling using your Magic Mouse.
Is Apple is trying to make Mac more like iOS by introducing features which were present in iPhone and other iDevices. Not really sure what the Devs at Apple were thing while adding this feature to a desktop. Will it be the new trend or will Apple have to revert this? Well i think we all have to wait for the answer. Share your view with us using the comments section below.