This is an introductory book that explains how to use an Apple Macintosh computer, running Mac OS X. It starts with the very basics of clicking and dragging, and how to use the Finder, as well as what all the System Preferences do. It covers installing software, using various utilities, and it finishes with a chapter on optimising your Mac to make it more efficient. There is also a chapter on how to upgrade the hardware. This book does not cover the UNIX (Darwin) commandline present on the Mac. That information is explained in a second volume, More About this Macintosh.Address Book Ita#39;s probably not obvious at rst, but Applea#39;s Address Book is set up so that it shares information between iCal, Apple Mail, and iSync, (the program that synchronises contact details between your mobile phone and the Mac). If you want to create ... aSet up device...a iSync iSync is the application that you use toanbsp;...
|Title||:||About This Macintosh|
|Publisher||:||John Ostrowick - 2010-11|