Mac OS X Version 10.1 Black Book

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Coriolis, 2002 - Computers - 654 pages
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Written by a highly successful author team, this handbook goes beyond the basics with technical references and practical troubleshooting, administrative tools, networking technologies, and more. The authors help readers maximize the many new features of Mac OS X, including enhanced robustness and full multitasking capability. The CD includes dozens of shareware and freeware utilities to modify tasks.

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Contents

Installing Mac OS X
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Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Bell is the Webmaster and Macintosh Specialist for the Duke University Office of Information Technology. He married Virginia D. Smith.

Suggs is a Macintosh specialist in the Office of Information Technology at Duke University. She has worked on the publication of several books.

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