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Logitech Control Center 3.6: Adds Mission Control, drops PPC

9 July 2012 1,504 views No Comment

Back in July of 2011, just days after Apple shipped their new operating system, a purportedly OS X Lion compatible version of Logitech Control Center arrived. Today, however, Logitech has shipped another iteration that adds Mission Control support, building out support for the year-old OS.

In Logitech Control Center 3.6, Mission Control can be assigned to a mouse button or keyboard key. Within this action, you can choose whether to launch Mission Control, or show all windows of the current application, the desktop, Dashboard or Launchpad.

The other thing of note in Logitech Control Center 3.6 is that Macs running OS X 10.5 and earlier are no longer supported.

Get Logitech Control Center 3.6.

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