Inside OS X Lion with Andy Ihnatko

Inside OS X Lion with Andy Ihnatko

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Apple's revolutionary Mac OS X Lion is the first desktop/notebook operating system that incorporates the best features of iOS, the operating system that runs on the wildly popular iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. In The Ihnatko Mac OS X Lion Almanac, world-renowned Apple technology expert Andy Ihnatko shows how to use Mac OS X Lion for all it is worth. Ihnatko goes far beyond the basics, helping every user become fully productive fast - and helping iPhone/iPad users quickly leverage the skills they have already mastered. This book's readers won't just learn how to navigate Mac OS X Lion: they'll become power users who know the best tips, tricks, shortcuts, third-party applications, and utilities for having an outstanding user experience. The latest book in our brand-new Ihnatko Almanac Series, this isn't just another Mac OS X Lion guide. For today's user, it hits the new sweet spot in technology books: complete and authoritative enough to keep providing new tips and solutions for years to come, yet simple and direct enough to eliminate every obstacle to learning, and entertaining and light enough to be read with pleasure from cover to cover. More than any other book, it encourages readers to learn everything it teaches, not just skim - so they can actually do everything Mac OS X Lion makes possible!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 350 pages
  • 167.6 x 242.9 x 19mm | 510g
  • Que Corporation,U.S.
  • United States
  • English
  • 0789748401
  • 9780789748409

About Andy Ihnatko

Andy Ihnatko has been The Chicago Sun-Times technology columnist for ten years, and a columnist for Macworld and other Mac magazines for twenty years. He hosts MacBreak Weekly, consistently rated among iTunes' top ten most popular tech podcasts, and frequently contributes tech segments to local and national news programs. Though he covers all aspects of technology, he is so closely associated with Mac OS and iOS communities that both operating systems have been hardwired to spell and pronounce his last name correctly.
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