Guiding intermediate and advanced users in customizing Mac OS X to maximize their productivity, this book provides more than seventy timesaving techniques in five categories: system software Apple applications like iTunes and iMail, third-party applications, networking and hardware, and advanced topics such as AppleScript and Terminal Services. A Reference for the Rest of Us! Shows Mac OS X users how to disable unnecessary features, improve performance with shareware, customize windows, program function keys, manage fonts, and find files with Sherlock For those who already know the basics of Mac OS X, this handy reference offers efficiency-enhancing tips, each presented with clear, straightforward directions in an easy-to-read, two-column format illustrated with multiple screen shots Explores more than sixty Mac OS X tasks, including blocking spam, improving Internet performance, automating with iDisk, interacting with hardware, recording AppleScripts, and much more Along with the normal Mac OS X tools, this book will help readers make the most out of the exciting additions to Mac OS X Panther
Larry Ullman, the Director of Digital Media Technologies at DMC Insights, Inc., has been working with Apple computers for more than 20 years. Marc Liyanage, a senior software engineer at futureLAB AG, has been using and programming Apple computers for 15 years.