From the Back Cover
Release the power of Mac’s newest OS and multimedia tools!
Work with files, set up a printer, use the iLife® suite, get online, and more
The Mac has become famous as the world’s friendliest computer, but this handy guide will smooth out any rough spots that might arise in your relationship. It takes you from the initial turn-on all the way to cruising the Internet, adding music with iTunes®, fixing problems – and it even helps you get some work done!
The Dummies Way
– Explanations in plain English
– “Get in, get out” information
– Icons and other navigational aids
– Tear-out cheat sheet
– Top ten lists
– A dash of humor and fun
Discover how to:
– Set up your Mac and establish a password
– Navigate the desktop and Dock
– Edit home movies
– Go wireless
– Burn CDs and DVDs
– Perform basic maintenance
About the Author
David Pogue (Stamford, CT) Yale ’85 became the personal-technology columnist for The New York Times in November 2000, after having written the Desktop Critic Column for Macworld magazine for ten years. His column, State of the Art appears every Thursday on the front page of the Circuits section. With over 3 million books in print, Pogue is considered one of the world’s bestselling computer book authors. He has written or co-written seven books in the Dummies series including iMac For Dummies and Macs For Dummies. Pogue is also the creator and primary author of the Missing Manual series, a joint venture with O’Reilly and Associates. David and his wife Jennifer Pogue, MD, live in Connecticut with their young son and daughter. His Web page is www.davidpogue.com.