Mac OS in a nutshell. A power user's quick reference eBook
Apple's Mac OS has a well-deserved reputation as the world's gentlest operating system. In " Mac OS in a Nutshell " you'll find a gentle but thorough guide to the system that, after fifteen years on the market, is still considered revolutionary. If you're an experienced Mac hand, and especially if you're a new Mac user, you'll appreciate the concise and approachable style of " Mac OS in a Nutshell ". In this book you'll learn about : Navigating the basic Macintosh interface. Customizing and tuning your system. Creating themes. Third-party tools to help you manage and maintain your system. Using your Mac as a graphics or desktop publishing tool. Connecting your Mac to the Internet or to other Macs. Apple's new search tool, " Sherlock ". New features and changes for Version 9 of Mac OS These topics and more are presented in Mac OS in a Nutshell in a concise, distinct reference format that makes it easy to find the information you want at a moment's notice. Anyone on the path to Macintosh mastery will find this book indispensable.
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