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For a company that promised to "put a pause on new features," Apple sure has been busy-there's barely a feature left untouched in Mac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard." There's more speed, more polish, more refinement-but still no manual. Fortunately, David Pogue is back, with the humor and expertise that have made this the #1 bestselling Mac book for eight years straight. You get all the answers with jargon-free introductions to:

  • Big-ticket changes. A 64-bit overhaul. Faster everything. A rewritten Finder. Microsoft Exchange compatibility. All-new QuickTime Player. If Apple wrote it, this book covers it.
  • Snow Leopard Spots. This book demystifies the hundreds of smaller enhancements, too, in all 50 programs that come with the Mac: Safari, Mail, iChat, Preview, Time Machine.
  • Shortcuts. This must be the tippiest, trickiest Mac book ever written. Undocumented surprises await on every page.
  • Power usage. Security, networking, build-your-own Services, file sharing with Windows, even Mac OS X's Unix chassis-this one witty, expert guide makes it all crystal clear.


David Pogue, Yale '85, is the weekly personal-technology columnist for the New York Times and an Emmy award-winning tech correspondent for CBS News. His funny tech videos appear weekly on CNBC. And with 3 million books in print, he is also one of the world's bestselling how- to authors. He wrote or co-wrote seven books in the "For Dummies" series (including Macs, Magic, Opera, and Classical Music). In 1999, he launched his own series of amusing, practical, and user-friendly computer books called Missing Manuals, which now includes 100 titles.


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  • 出版社: Oreilly & Associates Inc; 1版 (2009/10/20)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0596153287
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596153281
  • 発売日: 2009/10/20
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5つ星のうち 3.0 Kindle Version a Circus of Confusion 2010/7/26
投稿者 T. Stepp - (Amazon.com)
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Looked at the contents book was well written, then purchased the kindle version. Kindle version doesn't really include a table of contents, for whatever reason they rewrote the contents pages and now looks like it was written by a 5 year old.

I contacted David Pogue, he wasn't aware of this, and submitted it to his publisher, who states that Kindle can make some changes, but why they would change the contents page which is the most important part of the book, is beyond me.
So I just have to meander around to find things.

David's great, his publisher was very nice to take the time to answer my e-mail. I just don't recommend the Kindle version right now, buy the full book, which is worth 5 stars, just not the Kindle Version, which was hacked together poorly.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Got-it-all followup to the Leopard book; fresh material added as needed 2009/10/26
投稿者 Rudy - (Amazon.com)
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As a VISTA-phobe Mac switcher, no one did a better job than Pogue at making me feel at home with Leopard. He's done it again for Snow Leopard -- where eye candy was sparse, but getting the OS ready for the future was the driving force, as well as much needed updates of the standard apps to enhance performance. Outwardly, Snow Leopard is no avalanche, hence much of the book is an updated quality rewrite of the Leopard book; but where it counts -- as in describing the newly streamlined Automator -- the author maintains his outstanding track record of clarity and humor.

Thinking it was little more than a cleverly promoted Leopard version update, I installed Snopard upon release ... what a mistake! Frequent failures in opening or closing files, inability to send mail and constant crash reports made me hold on to a reserve Leopard drive - if only to get the email out. Many (but hardly all) of these glitches were corrected by the 10.6.1 release; although importing and saving files with Adobe products remain daily crash report events [feels like a beta tester!]. No way was I going to let Snopard take over until I had it checked out by Pogue. As a measure of my confidence, Pogue gave me the lowdown (and the courage) to do a surprisingly simple 'Clean Install' of Snow Leopard after a 2-month wait, letting go of Leopard's security blanket, and allowing the (yet imperfect) beast to take over as the OS for my computer.

The dauntingly-sized book may seem overwhelming at first, but the author has that rare gift of simplifying daily operations, yet provide all the detail that more advanced users demand. The chapter on Automation alone is worth the price of admission; with the drastic makeover of "ImageCapture", now serving as a frontend image collector within Automator, I would have been lost. Also, I feel reassured that some of the 'bugs' aren't Apple's so much as third party providers', and that Apple will address remaining incompatibilities with the Finder; moreover, as recommended, even with 8MB of RAM, the 32-bit kernel mode seems more stable than the 64-bit mode - at least for using non-Apple software.

Overall, this book comes as close to being the definitve guide to Snow Leopard as can be -- both for newcomers and for oldtimers. Highly recommended!
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5つ星のうち 5.0 A fantastic Snow Leopard Resource 2009/10/19
投稿者 Sarasota Suncoast Reviewer - (Amazon.com)
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I love the Missing Manual series by David Pogue and have been waiting for the release of this version.

As with all of the Missing Manuals, this book is very well arranged and readable. You needn't be a complete techie to enjoy Pogue's writing style and the index and appendices are very helpful in locating exactly what you need.

Snow Leopard brings about little tweaks in Apple's newest OS and this Missing Manual explores them. The changes are not large changes, but they are there. I sold my Leopard copy and upgraded my Mac and book to Snow Leopard. Do you need this copy of the missing manual if you already own David Pogue's Mac OS X Leopard: The Missing Manual? Probably not unless you really like to get underneath the hood. If you are starting afresh with the new OS version, this new copy is the way to go. If you own the Leopard version of Pogue's book already and you only use it for an occasional reference here and there, you will probably do just fine. All in all, dollars very well spent.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 The best but not necessarily when it needs to be 2010/7/15
投稿者 Samuel C. - (Amazon.com)
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Too many of the Mac OSX guides are little more than colorful, hand-holding versions of the Help menu that Apple includes with the computer. Pogue's manual, therefore, easily beats the field as a more informative, comprehensive, useful guide to Macintosh operating systems. It's a book to be consulted from time to time, not read from cover to cover. At the same time, I've recently had some freezes and disastrous, time-consuming, expensive crashes with an iMac and Macbook, compounded by ineffective professional "repair" services that I feel might have been avoided with a bit more advice. For example, there are repair programs that promise to fix everything. Drive Genius, Tech Tools, Disk Warrior--which is the best, and when and how are they best employed? A few more recommendations on, for example, the best kind of back-up system, including size, would be helpful and, as I recently discovered, some help setting up Garageband for simple tasks such as voice recording and editing would be enormously helpful. And it's still unclear to me why there appear to be three Applications folders (in the User's area, in the Finder, and on the hard drive). Life would be so much simpler without all of the sharing and users' features for a one-owner machine. Mobile Mac wouldn't be such a hovering danger if it weren't so easy to replace vital with irrelevant information by a misguided synchronization of the program (better, I say, to run between Macs than try to figure out where to send what and in which direction--whether from the computer to the "cloud" or vice versa). Perhaps it's understandable that the author can't play favorites in recommending Mac peripherals (e.g. Can Toast really do anything that a Mac without it is already capable of? Which add-ons are worth consideration, and which should be summarily excluded? Is G mail really so much superior to Apple Mail?). In sum, the Mac is "intuitive" to some but not all of us, and Pogue's guide, large as it is, falls considerably short of covering your backside in every emergency. So perhaps it's understandable that, short of acquiring a library of a dozen different volumes dealing with assorted Mac issues (all likely to become dated within a couple of years), I have yet to discover the all-purpose Mac book to go along with an owner's Macbook.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Learn to Love Your Mac 2010/10/8
投稿者 A reader - (Amazon.com)
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As a lifelong and very comfortable PC user, I purchased my first Mac with the popular misconception that it would be user friendly and intuitive. People told me not to worry, just do what seems logical and the Mac will respond. Right? Wrong. Very very wrong. Don't misunderstand me: I like my Mac, especially the big gorgeous monitor, the wireless mouse and keyboard, the ease of start-up, Garage Band, and lots of other stuff. But easy to use? Heck, there isn't even a backspace key! With the PC, my hand hardly ever reached for the mouse, and suddenly I was grabbing for it constantly. The Help menu wasn't very helpful, and the underlying set-up seemed mysterious and cumbersome.

Finally a person who's smarter than I am suggested that I pick up a "Mac for dummies" type book. THE MISSING MANUAL is that book, and it is a blessing. I am finally discovering the universe that resides inside that snazzy monitor, learning to leave the mouse alone and having a great old time doing it. The book's subtitle is "the book that should have been in the box." I wholeheartedly agree.

If you're a new Mac user, you need this book. It's well organized, clearly written, has a big fat index, and even provides web support. Thanks, David Pogue.
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