Mastering MAC OS X V10.4 Tiger

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Overview


This Mac OS X Book is reliable, powerful, and easy-to-use -- just like OS X 10.4, Tiger.

Whether you're a first-time Mac user, upgrading from a previous Mac OS version, or switching from Windows or Unix, the latest edition of this best-seller is your one-stop resource for information on Apple's powerhouse operating system. Filled with detailed explanations, step-by-step instructions, and useful examples, this book answers all your questions and shows you how to take advantage of every aspect of Mac OS X. Authors Stauffer and McElhearn divulge their Mac OS X troubleshooting know-how and get you up to speed on all that's new, including:



• Personalizing Mac OS X: Dock, Desktop, and Finder.

• Using the latest features, including Spotlight, Automator, Dashboard, and Safari RSS.

• Encrypting data, storing passwords, and using built-in applications.

• Connecting to, troubleshooting, and securing your Internet connection.

• Using, automating, and securing e-mail from viruses.

• Using QuickTime, QuickTime Pro, and iMovie to play, edit, and export movie files.

• Burning audio and data CDs, and playing MP3s, Internet radio, and DVD movies.

• Importing, exporting, and editing digital images using iPhoto.

• Building a secure network and safely sharing files.

• Using Windows and Unix documents, networking protocols, and applications.

• Working with Terminal and Darwin command lines and Darwin applications.

• Backing up and recovering data, managing your disks and peripherals.

• Configuring andtweaking Apache, FTP serving, PHP, and MySQL.

• Quickly diagnosing and solving common system-level problems.

• Troubleshooting Classic and native applications.

• Getting more out of your iPod and iTunes.



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782144017
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/24/2005
  • Series: Mastering Ser.
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 879
  • Product dimensions: 7.49 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 1.90 (d)

Meet the Author


Todd Stauffer, author or co-author of over 25 Mac books covering Web publishing, upgrading Macs, and using the iMac. He's a contributor to MacAddict magazine and a writer for a number of other publications.

Kirk McElhearn, author/co-author of Mac books including The Mac OS X Command Line: Unix Under the Hood, is a professional author, journalist and translator. He has written user manuals for many popular Macintosh programs, and articles for publications including MacWorld magazine and TidBITS.
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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 What is Mac OS X and what's new? 3
Ch. 2 The fundamentals of Mac OS X 19
Ch. 3 The finder 47
Ch. 4 Using applications 85
Ch. 5 Personalizing Mac OS X 127
Ch. 6 Getting help and searching your files 159
Ch. 7 Printing and faxing in Mac OS X 181
Ch. 8 PDFs, fonts, and color 211
Ch. 9 Being the administrator : permissions, settings, and adding users 231
Ch. 10 Configuring Internet access 257
Ch. 11 The Web, online security, .Mac, Sherlock, and iChat 287
Ch. 12 Managing e-mail 323
Ch. 13 Video playback and editing 365
Ch. 14 Audio, iTunes, and the iPod 391
Ch. 15 Working with digital images 417
Ch. 16 Managing contacts, appointments, and personal info 437
Ch. 17 Accessing network volumes 463
Ch. 18 Building a network and sharing files 493
Ch. 19 PowerBooks, iBooks, and Mac OS X 521
Ch. 20 Mac OS X and other platforms 533
Ch. 21 Automator and AppleScript 551
Ch. 22 Terminal and the command line 585
Ch. 23 Command-line applications and magic 609
Ch. 24 Web serving, FTP serving, and net security 631
Ch. 25 Peripherals, internal upgrades, and disks 661
Ch. 26 Hard disk care, file security, and maintenance 683
Ch. 27 Fixing applications and managing classic 715
Ch. 28 Solving system-level problems 735
Ch. 29 Typical problems and solutions 763
App. A Getting installed and set up 787
App. B The classic Mac user's migration guide 805
App. C Mac OS X applications 823
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