So you finally took the plunge and bought a Mac. Whether it's a MacBook, Mac Pro, Mac mini, or iMac—it's still your Mac, and it runs the Macintosh operating system, OS X. But what do you do with your Mac after you turn it on? Do you even know how to turn it off and put it to sleep? Maybe you do. . . . But what about setting up an email account, or playing your favorite CDs and movies? You need a book like My New™ Mac to make everything easy.
In this new, Snow Leopard edition of the best-selling My New Mac, you'll find 52 simple projects that will have you doing useful things right away—like surfing the Internet, sending email, listening to music, taking notes, and playing with your digital photos. Fun stuff, if you know how to do it.
Wallace Wang, best-selling author of My New iPhone and several of those For Dummies® books, gives you step-by-step instructions for organizing your music with iTunes, tracking birthdays with iCal, and clipping and saving information from the Internet so you can find it again.
You'll also find simple projects that show you how to:
- Organize your files and folders by color and keyword
- Connect to the Internet, chat with your friends, and listen to online radio stations
- Install and update your software—and get rid of programs you don't want anymore
- Set up and manage parental controls to limit your children's computer and Internet access
- Share songs, images, and documents with other computers wirelessly
- Use your built-in firewall and keep your computer and information safe from intruders
Don't put off learning how to use your new computer. Let Wallace Wang show you the ropes with My New Mac.