The Mac OS X 10.3 Panther Little Black Book features the best techniques to help intermediate and experienced Mac users get the most out of the new Panther operating system. Previous editions of this book have enjoyed an excellent reputation with customers by helping Mac users solve problems, perform critical tasks, and maximize their use of OS X. In this new edition, the author uncovers more of the powerful features of Panther and shows readers, step-by-step, how to save hours of time. Key techniques covered in the book include how to deal with Mac OS X viruses, how to better manage fonts with Font Book, FontAgent Pro, and MasterJuggler, how to use new AppleScript features to automate tasks, how to use new system preferences to customize OS X, how to use the enhanced email features, how to setup OS X to support multiple users, and numerous other practical techniques. Hundreds of immediate solutions to everyday problems are provided, all clearly explained and tested.A Review of Mac Peripheral Ports In the old days of the Macintosh, you attached your input devices to an ADB port, a printer to the printer port, a modem to the modem port, and an ... This approach changed with the 1998 arrival of the computer credited with Applea#39;s resurgence a the iMac. ... This was an early standard input port for input devices, such as the keyboard and mouse, trackball, and joystick.
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