Tuesday, September 25, 2012

you need this.

I've never met a "missing manual" that I haven't liked. O'Reilly makes a habit of filling us in on everything we need to know about the latest technology. They are at it again with David Pogue's OSX Mountain Lion: The Missing Manual. Keeping the same mantra, "the book that should have been in the box"

OSX Mountain Lion is known as the the world's most advanced desktop operating system, for those of you who don't know. It basically makes your Apple products (the Mac, iPhone, etc.) work even better. No one really knows how to fully use this system, and I feel confident saying this after attempting to get through the Missing Manual myself. There is so much information, information that you NEED.

All of the twenty-one chapters are here to help with such a new up and coming program. Beginning with the basics, and then moving on to the more important things - like organizing your stuff, backing up your documents, burning CD's, setting up iCloud, printing, and downloading the many free programs at your disposal. Throw out a Mountain Lion lifeline friends, David Pogue has got your back.

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