iMac For Dummies

iMac For Dummies

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The bestselling guide to the ultimate all-in-one computer--now updated and revised throughout! If you're looking for speed, performance, and power, the iMac is the ultimate all-in-one computer. From its superior performance, powerful operating system, and amazing applications, the iMac is one awesome machine, and the fun, friendly, and approachable style of iMac For Dummies is an ideal way to get started with the basics. You'll learn the fundamentals of the iMac including setting up and customizing your iMac and the software that comes with it, importing files from your old computer, sending and receiving e-mail, video calling, and more. Covers the latest iMac hardware, Mac OS X Lion, iCloud, and the Mac App Store Shows you how to surf the web with Safari and keep in touch by e-mail and FaceTime video calling Details how to find and download music, videos, TV shows, and more from the iTunes Store Gets you up to speed with the newest versions of iLife and iWork Walks you through storing and organizing digital photos, music, and other multimedia Explains how iCloud keeps everything, from your music to your documents, in sync Delves into creating a multi-user iMac and connecting to a wireless network Reviews troubleshooting tips and tricks Shows you how to automate mundane tasks With iMac For Dummies, 7th Edition , you'll be able to proclaim, "iKnow" in no time!

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  • Paperback | 456 pages
  • 185.42 x 233.68 x 27.94mm | 680.39g
  • John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd
  • Queensland, Australia
  • English
  • Revised
  • 7th Revised edition
  • ill
  • 1118202716
  • 9781118202715
  • 167,110

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Here's your manual to rev up your iMac and experience all the features it has to offerYou may get a speeding ticket from your iMac because it's the fastest, leanest, and easiest-to-use all-in-one computer ever built. Take control of this powerful machine and learn how to become an iMac pro with this handy guide. From iTunes and iPhoto to iWork and iCloud, you'll find out how to use it all and take a bite out of your Apple.Tame the kitty -- make friends with OS X (no matter which feline it is), navigate with Mission Control(TM), and access your apps with Launchpad(TM)Get to the core -- organize files and folders, install apps, customize your preferences, and share content via iCloudLive the iLife -- listen to your favorite songs on iTunes, view and edit your latest images on iPhoto, and create your own website with iWebWhen you've gotta work -- dive into desktop publishing with Pages, create spreadsheets with Numbers(R), and build effective presentations with KeynoteStay connected -- set up your iMac for multiple users, build a network, use AirPort Extreme, and connect to Bluetooth devicesSmooth sailing -- find out how to resolve any issues, upgrade your operating system, and maintain your iMac for optimal performanceOpen the book and find: Steps for configuring your systemTips for browsing the web and connecting with people onlineDetails on syncing your stuff with iCloudHow to use iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, GarageBand, and iWebWays to get more productive with iWorkSteps for hooking up printers, scanners, and other toolsTips for troubleshooting and maintaining your systemImportant security adviceLearn to: Set up, customize, and navigate your iMacSurf the web, keep in touch via e-mail, and video-chat with FaceTimeOrganize and share your photos, movies, and music with iLifeCreate a wireless network and keep your iMac safe

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About Mark L. Chambers

Mark L. Chambers has been an author, computer consultant, BBS sysop, programmer, and hardware technician for more than 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.

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