Apple's new operating system, Mac OS X, is reaching a critical mass. Its sleek Aqua interface, combined with a powerful BSD Unix core, bring usability and stability to a new level. As companies start to migrate to Mac OS X from earlier versions of the Mac OS and from other flavors of Unix, IT managers are looking for a quick reference guide to get users started quickly; this Pocket Reference is that guide.The Mac OS X Pocket Reference introduces Mac, Windows, and Unix users to the fundamental concepts of Mac OS X. The book will show you how to use the Finder and the Dock, as well as how to configure your system using the System Preferences. Because Mac OS X is Unix-based, the Mac OS X Pocket Reference shows you how to issue basic Unix commands using the Terminal application. Topics covered in this book include:
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Chuck Toporek cut his teeth on a Mac II system when he got his first job in publishing in 1988, and has been using them ever since. Chuck is a senior editor in charge of the Mac OS X/Apple Developer Connection (ADC) series for O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. He is also the author/editor of the Mac OS X Panther Pocket Guide, co-author of Mac OS X in a Nutshell, and author of the upcoming title, Inside .Mac.
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Book Description O'Reilly Media, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0596003463