An uncomplicated introduction and guide to successfully using OS X, written by non-technical computer users who understand the frustrations and quirks of OS X. -- This book provides the user with expert advice, as well as quick and fun learning. -- Go beyond the interface and learn how to take advantage of OS X's UNIX underpinnings. -- Written by a team of authors who have, for years, helped beginning users understand computing, using simple terminology. Sams Teach Yourself Mac OS X in 24 Hours will help new users to understand how the new OS (different from the traditional Mac OS, as well as Windows) will function, and how to use it successfully. The book will also explore how to use the native OS X applications that ship with the product. Specifically, the book will teach the reader how to install and configure OS X at a basic and advanced level, make use of Classic, Carbon, and Cocoa programs, create a network, use the UNIX command line and applications, and much more.... 386 configuring, 13 PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect), 347 PDF ( Portable Document Format), 17 Pepper, 93 Pepper Web site, ... 311-312 Pictures folder, 50 pixels, finding color of, DigitalCoIor Meter utility, 132-133 Plasma Tunnel download page, 94 playing ... 116-119 QuickTime Player, 22, 115-116 QuickTime Pro, 1 26 QuickTime Web site, 114 streaming video, 1 16 music audio playbackanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sams Teach Yourself Mac OS X in 24 Hours|
|Author||:||John Ray, Robyn Ness, Anne Groves|