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A Newbie’s Guide to OS X Mountain Lion: Switching Seamlessly from Windows to Macby Minute Help Guides
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So you've decided to take the plunge and get started with OS X Mountain Lion for Mac. Congratulations! Longtime Mac users know that Mac just works – the interface you'll come to know and love is intuitive, powerful and designed to make your life easier. Technology can and should be exciting, and your Mac will offer all of that excitement, without the headaches!
Whether you're a first time Mac user or a seasoned Mac devotee, OS X Mountain Lion has something for everyone. For starters, Mountain Lion provides deeper integration with iOS (Apple's mobile operating system). This means that iPod, iPhone and iPad users can enjoy seamless syncing capabilities and easier, more comprehensive access to their music, photos, notes and games. Additionally, native sharing features will allow you to share your content (photos, videos, documents, etc.) from within the OS itself. Twitter is built right in for quick and easy tweets, and the Safari web browser has been completely revamped. With over 200 new features to explore, your wrists will definitely appreciate the new responsive dictation feature. And that's just the beginning!
Let Minute Help show you how to make the most out of Mountain Lion; and if you are making the switch from Windows, we’ll help you make it as easy as possible!
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As of 31 Aug 2012, nook-for-Mac is not working on my Mountain Lion upgraded MacBook Pro. So a nook-book about Mountain Lion is a bit of a wasted effort. I bought it anyway, because it is one of very few nook-books about Mountain Lion that is under my $10 nook-cutoff. And the 1-star rating is for nook not working. I'll change that later, when (if) B&N gets nook-for-Mac working.