Hurray! The Mountain Lion is out and we list the Coolest feature of the Newest Operating System from the Cupertino Company!
Like OS X Lion, which could be install via the App Store, to install Mac OS X Mountain Lion can have to buy and download it via the App Store itself.
I personally like to have a local copy as well, as I did for the OS X Lion on the USB drive, so that I could install it on multiple Mac.
TIP: One Licence enables you to install the Mountain Lion on 5 Macs legally.
Here is how you can Create a Bootable Mountain Lion USB Disk Installer
You will require a 8 GB Flash/USB drive for the purpose.
The catch here is, Create the Bootable USB before actually installing it on your Mac once it is downloaded, if you install and then try to create a Bootable disk, the installer you’ve downloaded will disappear/ get deleted and you will have re-download the Install from the App Store.
Here are the steps you need to follow.
1. Download Lion Diskmaker App, Unzip, and run it!
2. Click on Mountain Lion 10.8 Button
3. Direct the link where Mountain Lion is currently Stored, usually, it will take the location automatically (click use this copy), just in case it doesn’t it’s in
/Application/Install OS X Mountain Lion.app/Content/SharedSupport/InstallESD.dmg
4. Click “Create a Boot Disk”
The DNetWorks Team