Mac OS 7.6 for Dummiesby Bob LeVitus
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If nothing else, Apple Computer has grown adept at maintaining suspense when it comes to new releases of its user-friendly operating system, Mac OS. But Mac OS 7.6 is finally here, and with its combination of performance enhancements, bug fixes, additional features, and new technologies, it almost seems worth the wait.
In Mac OS 7.6 For Dummies, Mac guru Bob LeVitus gives you the rundown on what's new, what's different, and what will and won't work with your existing software and hardware. In plain English, LeVitus reveals how to . . .
- Put to use recent Apple innovations, such as Cyberdog, HotSauce, OpenDoc, and QuickTime 2.5
- Get on the Internet with Mac OS 7.6 -- it's never been easier
- Customize the look and feel of your Mac with new OS options
- Conserve RAM and hard disk space by discarding programs and files you don't need -- you'll also boost performance this way
- Automate not only the Mac OS but also your favorite applications by using AppleScript, Apple's easy-to-use programming language
- Organize the icons on your desktop as well as all the folders and files on your hard disk so that you don't have to waste time hunting for them
- Resolve extension and control panel conflicts that can hobble your Mac -- you'll be grateful for the much-improved Extensions Manager control panel built into Mac OS 7.6
- Use networking, file sharing, and printing sharing to make your organization more productive and more creative
- Take advantage of virtual memory without slowing system performance to a crawl
Plus, because Mac OS 7.6 contains so many new ways of doing things, Mac OS 7.6 For Dummiesfeatures a free "cheat sheet" that you can cut out and keep handy for quick solutions and shortcuts.
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