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OS X Mountain Lion brings the integration of Mac computers with iPhones and iPads closer, making the Mac even more attractive.
Mac Computing for Seniors in easy steps is updated to help Seniors enjoy the key features of this brilliant device at their own pace - without blinding them with the myriad of features on offer. Learn how to:
choose the right Mac for your purposes
get to grips with OS X Mountain Lion
customize your Mac and get organized
shop online and use the web for fact-finding
use the Mac for creating documents and budgets
have fun with your photos, music and movies
stay in touch by email and sending messages
use your Mac when on the move
keep your Apple devices synchronized and safe
And, enjoy the world of Apple Macs!
Mac Computing for Seniors in Easy Steps
begins with an overview of Mac computers, covering different types of desktops and laptops and touring them so that readers quickly feel confident. It also covers customizing the desktop so readers can set up their Mac exactly as they want it. The guide takes an in-depth look at the latest operating system, OS X Mountain Lion, covering everything from working with programs to organizing files. It also shows how to effortlessly share files with Windows PC machines.
Mac Computing for Seniors in Easy Steps covers working with photos, videos, and music in the popular iLife suite of programs. It deals with the iPod, iPhone, and new iPad and directs readers to hassle-free use of the Internet and email. The final chapters cover issues such as setting up your own wireless network and ensuring that your Mac stays secure and virus free.
About the Author
is an IT writer and trainer who specializes in digital imaging and web authoring subjects. In addition to his writing, he also works designing websites and runs training courses. Before he started working with computers he wrote books about working and traveling abroad.
Nick is an established In Easy Steps author with several successful guides to his credit.