The Mac Manual
by Jackson Chung
Publisher: makeuseof.com 2009
Number of pages: 69
This ebook was written with the beginner Mac user in mind. It was intended to help recent Switchers learn more about the Mac operating system, to expose them to the best free applications, to extend their productivity and to assist them with day-to-day procedures by revealing useful tips and tricks from seasoned Mac users.
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