My MacBook (Mountain Lion Edition) (My...) ペーパーバック – 2012/9/14
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Covers 2010 and later MacBook/Air/Pro models
Step-by-step instructions with callouts to MacBook photos that show you exactly what to do.
Help when you run into MacBook or OS X Mountain Lion problems or limitations.
Tips and Notes to help you get the most from your MacBook.
Full-color, step-by-step tasks walk you through getting and keeping your
MacBook working just the way you want. The tasks include:
• Managing and arranging your desktop
• Staying on top of important changes with Notification Center
• Creating and navigating virtual workspaces in Mission Control
• Opening and organizing applications in Launchpad
• Accessing the Internet through wired, wireless, and cellular networks
• Joining and using iCloud services
• Communicating via email, instant messages, audio, and video
• Keeping in touch and on-time with Calendars and Contacts
• Being social with Facebook, Twitter, and Game Center
• Entertaining with music and videos
• Downloading and managing software from the App Store and other sources
• Sharing files, printers, and even scanners over your network connection
• Protecting and securing your data
• Recording video and sharing it instantly online
• Expanding your capabilities with peripheral devices
• Troubleshooting system problems
John Ray is a life-long fan of Apple’s products; he has been an avid Mac user since its inception in 1984. He relies on OS X both at work and at home because it is a robust, flexible platform for programming, networking, and design. Over the past 14 years, John has written books on OS X, iOS and OS X development, Linux, web development, networking, and computer security. He currently manages the application development team in the Office of Sponsored Programs at The Ohio State University. He lives with his long-time girlfriend, their dogs, a collection of vintage arcade games, and an assortment of tech toys.
Other os x books that have helped me switch back from Windows are: Iwork 09 portable genius for Pages and Numbers iWork '09 Portable Genius; Iphoto 11 missing manual (but I am buying Jim Heid's iphoto 11 for review) iPhoto '11: The Macintosh iLife Guide to using iPhoto with OS X Lion and iCloud; ipod missing manual which covers the touch.
I need books that accurately cover what most users NEED to know for effective use. Anything else is fluff or dangerous errors.
I refer to this Book quite often, I do not require to ring apple for advise, it is there in the book .