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Mac OS X: The Missing Manual

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A book by David Pogue

Widely esteemed Mac authorityDavid Pogueweighs in on the latest offering from Cupertino withMac OS X: The Missing Manual. It's a fact-packed romp through the operating system and the extras that come with it, made resoundingly more readable by the depth … see full wiki

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Author: David Pogue
Publisher: Pogue Press
1 review about Mac OS X: The Missing Manual

The best choice out there

  • Jan 28, 2002
Several reviewers have stated that this book somtimes lacks focus and to a degree that's true. But come on guys, for the novice to advanced intermediate user this is flat out the best book available. Pogue brings his typical, comfortable and easy to read style to this book striking the right balance between informality and information. No insultingly bad attempts at humor. No didactic lecturing just a lot of easily digested learning.

I 've been teaching a new introduction to OS X class at the local community college and use this as a text. I polled the students and they all feel that this is a "way above average" text book. 'nuf said.

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