This updated edition offers advice, suggestions, diagnoses, prescriptions and cures for Mac OS X users.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Part I: In the Beginning: The Basics; Chapter 1: In the Beginning; Chapter 2: Mastering the OS X Finder; Chapter 3: Hard Disk Organization (and Navigation) Made Easy; Chapter 4: Protecting Your Work; Part II: On Becoming a Power User; Chapter 5: Getting More Out of the Internet; Chapter 6: The Classic Environment; Chapter 7: Hardware That Makes Your Mac More Powerful; Chapter 8: When Good Macs Go Bad; Chapter 9: Customizing Mac OS X; Part III: The Power of Unix and AppleScript; Chapter 10: More Than Enough Unix to Get By; Chapter 11: More Unix for Power Users; Chapter 12: Users, and Groups, and NetInfo (Oh My!) Chapter 13: AppleScript for OS X; Part IV: The Cool Stuff at the Back of the Book; Chapter 14: Highly Recommended Software; Chapter 15: What Other Power Users Think You Should Know about OS X.
Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus has written more than 38 computer books that have sold over a million copies worldwide, among them Mac OS X For Dummies, The Little iTunes Book, and the previous edition of Dr. Mac: The OS X Files. He is currently the Macintosh columnist for the Houston Chronicle, "head forum geek" at OSFAQ.com, and host of the weekly Inside Mac Radio Show on KNEW in San Francisco. Bob lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife Lisa, their son and daughter, and assorted furred, feathered, and scaly housemates.