Author(s): Paul McFedries
This title provides the fun, visual way to get up to speed on Apple's newest operating system. The perfect introduction to the Mac OS X operating system, this book uses step-by-step instruction and full-color screen shots and illustrations to make concepts and techniques crystal-clear for visual learners. With this book, readers not only learn how to handle such Mac processes as how to work with files, customize their computers, use iLife applications, and get up to speed on MobileMe, they also see exactly what to do as they go; color-coded tabs help them navigate efficiently through the book. The book includes 150 fun and essential tasks in more than 350 eye-catching, full-color pages. Paul McFedries (Toronto, ON, Canada) is a Mac expert and full-time technical writer. He has written more than 60 books that have sold more than three million copies worldwide. These books include "iPhone 3G Portable Genius", "Macs Portable Genius", and "Teach Yourself VISUALLY Macs". Paul encourages all readers to drop by his Web site.
Chapter 1 Understanding What You Can Do with Mac OS X. Chapter 2 Learning Basic Mac OS X Tasks. Chapter 3 Surfing the World Wide Web. Chapter 4 Communicating via E-mail and Chat. Chapter 5 Tracking Your Contacts and Appointments. Chapter 6 Playing and Organizing Your Music. Chapter 7 Synchronizing Your iPod or iPhone. Chapter 8 Viewing and Editing Your Photos. Chapter 9 Playing and Creating Digital Video. Chapter 10 Customizing Mac OS X to Suit Your Style. Chapter 11 Performing Maintenance with Mac OS X. Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Mac OS X Problems. Chapter 13 Working with Your MobileMe Account. Chapter 14 Networking with Mac OS X.