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Taking Your OS X Lion to the Max

  • Authors
  • Michael Grothaus
  • Steve Sande
  • Dave Caolo

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 1-18
  3. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 19-40
  4. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 41-54
  5. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 55-68
  6. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 69-76
  7. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 77-87
  8. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 89-112
  9. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 113-135
  10. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 137-152
  11. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 153-176
  12. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 177-199
  13. Michael Grothaus, Steve Sande, Dave Caolo
    Pages 201-230
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 231-242

About this book

Introduction

The Mac has come a long way, and OS X Lion is the best version yet of Apple's desktop and laptop operating system. Stable, powerful, and versatile, the Mac allows you to do everyday tasks with ease.

Taking Your OS X Lion to the Max walks you through the awesome features and apps standard on the Mac and the new OS X 10.7 Lion to help you become a true power user. You'll discover keyboard shortcuts and gestures to help save time—whether you're on a iMac, Mac mini, Macbook Pro, Air, or other Mac computer.

In terms of apps, you'll learn about iLife, iCal, Mail, Mac App Store, Safari, Address Book and more. You'll see how to use amazing built-in applications like Time Machine, Photo Booth, and Front Row. Also, you'll learn how connect to your other Apple devices like iPhone or iPad, Apple TV and more. You'll sync, work and play remotely, file and screen share, make your Mac secure, or even make your Mac a Windows PC.

After reading this book, you will be able to fully leverage your Mac and the new OS X. And, have some fun, too!

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