Eight minibooks thoroughly cover the newest Mac operating system—Mac OS X Lion
Macs continue to gain market share, and Mac OS X Lion is expected to draw even more converts as it adds the magic of some of your favorite iPad and iPhone features to the legendary power of the Mac. This easy-to-follow guide to Mac OS X Lion features eight self-contained minibooks covering every phase of navigating, customizing, and expanding Mac OS X Lion; the iLife and iWork applications; maintenance and troubleshooting; Internet activities; and much more.
Mac OS X Lion All-in-One For Dummies is ideal for those switching to a Mac, anyone upgrading from an earlier version of Mac OS X, beginning Mac users, and experienced users looking for a more comprehensive reference.
- Minibooks include: Introducing Mac OS X, Customizing and Sharing, the Digital Hub, Using iWork, the Typical Internet Stuff, Networking in Mac OS X, Expanding Your System, and Advanced Mac OS X
- Covers Mac OS X Lion basics, using the Finder and Spotlight, customizing the desktop, setting up multi-user accounts, working with the Address Book and Apple Mail, and using the amazing iTunes, iLife and iWork applications
- Highlights the new features of Mac OS X Lion showing readers how to find and download apps from the Mac App Store, organize their desktop with Launchpad and Mission Control, take advantage of full-screen apps, and more
- Features advanced advice on using AppleScript, troubleshooting your system, staying secure, and setting up a network
You'll tame your Lion in no time with this book and a little help from For Dummies.
|Series:||For Dummies Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.80(d)|
About the Author
Mark L. Chambers has been an author, computer consultant, BBS sysop, programmer, and hardware technician for almost 30 years — pushing computers and their uses far beyond “normal” performance limits for decades now. His first love affair with a computer peripheral blossomed in 1984 when he bought his lightning-fast 300 BPS modem for his Atari 400. Now he spends entirely too much time on the Internet and drinks far too much caffeine-laden soda.
Mark's rapidly expanding list of books includes MacBook For Dummies, 3rd Edition; Macs for Seniors For Dummies; iMac For Dummies, 6th Edition; Build Your Own PC Do-It-Yourself For Dummies; Building a PC For Dummies, 5th Edition; Scanners For Dummies, 2nd Edition; CD & DVD Recording For Dummies, 2nd Edition; PCs All-in-One For Dummies, 5th Edition; Mac OS X Tiger: Top 100 Simplifi ed Tips & Tricks; Microsoft Office v. X Power User's Guide; BURN IT! Creating Your Own Great DVDs and CDs; The Hewlett-Packard Offi cial Printer Handbook; The Hewlett-Packard Official Recordable CD Handbook; The Hewlett-Packard Offi cial Digital Photography Handbook; Computer Gamer’s Bible; Recordable CD Bible; Teach Yourself the iMac Visually; Running a Perfect BBS; Offi cial Netscape Guide to Web Animation; and Windows 98 Troubleshooting and Optimizing Little Black Book.
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