Mac OS X Lion Bible Paperback – Aug 23 2011
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From the Back Cover
Tame the newest OS X cat
OS X Lion has hit the ground running, and this detailed OS X Lion Bible is your key to it all. Discover great features that you'll recognize from your iPad and iPhone. Learn about elegant new OS X enhancements such as the Launchpad, Auto Save, AirDrop, and Mission Control. Even veteran OS X users will find cool tricks and tips they never imagined.
Install, set up, secure, and explore OS X 10.7 Lion
Learn to control your Mac with the touchpad and gestures
Use the Launchpad, Mission Control, and full-screen apps
Enjoy new-to-Mac perks, such as FaceTime® and the App Store
Get the most out of Automatic Update, iCloud®, and cloud services
Make the most of enhanced Apple apps such as Mail, iTunes®, Safari®, iCal®, QuickTime® Player, and iChat®
Use the Mission Control view for fast access to all open windows
Return to any document version with the new Versions capability
Use the iCloud service to sync your files and more
Your complete guide to OS X 10.7 Lion!
Get to know the latest OS X cat
Make the leap to new features and functions
Find quick and nimble ways to get stuff done
About the Author
Galen Gruman is principal at The Zango Group, an editorial and thought leadership consulting firm. He is also Executive Editor at InfoWorld and author of more than two dozen books on Mac OS X, iPad, and desktop publishing. He has been editor of Macworld, M-Business, and Upside.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
However, it may be kind of pricey, but I believe this book is a must to be able to learn about and access all the great features Lion has to offer. I intend to keep my iMac with Lion for a long time -- maybe 3 years or more. I can thumb through this book and there are features you may never have heard of. Why not use a book and a computer to their fullest?
It's a very big book, much like the Holy Bible. However, much like the Bible it is difficult to absorb straight through. The best way to use this book is like a reference manual. If you want to do something with your Mac but you're not sure how to do it or if OS X Lion can do it, this desk reference will help you out.
What it lacks in compactness it makes up for in information. It's not for advanced users. This is a very rudimentary Lion for Dummies kind of manual.
I recommend this purchase to users looking to switch to Mac and have no idea how to use the things.
i can see some areas where this could get some people in trouble but still a great book