Macintosh Windows Integration: Integrating Your Macintosh with Windows 95/98 and Windows NT Environments

Macintosh Windows Integration: Integrating Your Macintosh with Windows 95/98 and Windows NT Environments

by John Rizzo
     
 

Macintosh Windows Integration declares a truce in the OS wars by enabling organizations to effectively integrate both platforms. From using Macs on Windows NT networking, to sharing files and printers, to running Windows on Macs, Macintosh Windows Integration covers every aspect of cross-platform integration used by businesses. John Rizzo's book is filled with

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Macintosh Windows Integration declares a truce in the OS wars by enabling organizations to effectively integrate both platforms. From using Macs on Windows NT networking, to sharing files and printers, to running Windows on Macs, Macintosh Windows Integration covers every aspect of cross-platform integration used by businesses. John Rizzo's book is filled with practical tips for solving cross-platform problems, as well as how-to information and discussions of the products and utilities that make a Mac-and-PC workflow system a reality.

  • There has never been as complete a collection of Macintosh-Windows integration solutions anywhere, either in print or on the web.
  • The book references web pages on the web site, so that readers can get current updates to information in the book from the Internet.
  • Based on feedback from the MacWindows.com web site, the book contains practical solutions to the cross-platform problems that most readers need to know about.
  • The supplemental CD-ROM includes a first-hand look at some of the top utility and networking solutions described throughout the book, as well as electronic software manuals that show what the software on the market can do.

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A book/CD-ROM guide to integrating Windows and Macintosh operating systems, covering every aspect of cross-platform integration used by businesses. Provides practical solutions for common problems, and discusses products and utilities that make cross-platform integration a reality. Many chapters begin with a section called Differences that gives a comparative explanation of how a technology works on both platforms. There are also separate chapters on Macintosh and Windows networking, on technologies that both platforms use, and on how to use them together. The CD-ROM contains Windows and Mac software that enables cross-platform integration. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780125893251
Publisher:
Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date:
05/20/1999
Pages:
596
Product dimensions:
7.34(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.51(d)

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