Discover hundreds of tips, tricks, and shortcuts for doing more, sharing more, and having more fun with your Mac thatas running Mountain Lion! This easy, nontechnical tutorial brings together powerful new ways to use OS X 10.8as coolest features and hottest new innovations! Perfect for Mac beginners, WindowsAr refugees, and long-time Mac users upgrading to Mountain Lion, itas packed with great ideas and solutions you would never discover on your ownaall explained simply, step-by-step, with full-color pictures. Whether youare running a desktop iMac, a MacBook, or MacBook Air notebook computer, this book will make you even happier with your Apple computer than you already are! Hereas just a sampling of what youall learn how to do: ac Make the most of Mountain Lionas new and revamped iPad-style apps ac Share content on Facebook or Twitter instantly, without switching apps ac Painlessly sync all your Apple devices (including your Macs, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch) ac Communicate more efficiently with Messages ac Compete against other gamers online from your Mac ac Get access to iCloudas any time/any where free storage ac Use Appleas aFind My Maca service to find and remotely password-protect your Mac if itas lost or stolen ac Get Notification Center to show you what you wantaand only what you want ac Transcribe voice dictation straight into your apps ac Discover great shortcuts for apps like Contacts, Calendar, and Mail ac Automatically back up your stuff with Time Machine ac Organize your life with Reminders and create detailed To Do lists that sync with all of your computers and Apple mobile devices ac Wirelessly simulcast presentations, home videos, and iTunes content to your TV (using Apple TV) ac Use iPhotoas Faces tool to sort images based on whoas in them, and then edit, print, and share them with ease ac Hold free real-time videoconferences with other Apple users using FaceTime or anyone using Skype ac Transition painlessly from any version of WindowsArOn a Mac, there is seldom a need to reboot your computer. Instead, you can force quit a specific application that becomes unresponsive and then relaunch just that app. Mountain Lion and any other apps you had running will continue running.
|Title||:||OS X Mountain Lion Tips and Tricks|
|Author||:||Jason R. Rich|
|Publisher||:||Que Publishing - 2012-09-11|