iMac Portable Genius

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 25, 2010 - Computers - 400 pages
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The most up-to-date coverage on the latest iMac advice, tools, and shortcuts

Cool and useful tips, full-color screenshots, and savvy advice show you how to get the most out of your iMac. Fully updated to cover the iMac's latest features and capabilities, this guide is packed with indispensible information on iLife ’09 and Mac OS X Snow Leopard, and shows you how to customize your iMac in a way that it will work best for you.

  • Explores all the bells and whistles of the iMac, including the new Magic Mouse, iLife apps such as iPhoto and iMovie, and Mac OS X Snow Leopard
  • Shows you how to get more from your iMac, whether you’re switching from an older Mac or migrating from Windows
  • Provides you with the most up-to-date, accessible, useful information on the most used features of the iMac
  • Covers troubleshooting and maintaining your iMac and its related hardware and software

Discover ways to get more from your iMac with iMac Portable Genius, Second Edition by your side.


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Keeping Your Network Secure
Connecting youriMac securely toother peoplesnetworks Keeping Your FilesSecure Making automatic backups with Time Machine

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About the author (2010)

Guy Hart-Davis is the author of more than 50 computing books, including Teach Yourself VISUALLY: iMac, iLife '09 Portable Genius, iWork '09 Portable Genius, and iMovie '09 & iDVD Portable Genius. He has beenworking with Macs for over 20 years.

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