All new Macintoshes now ship with OS 9 and OS X pre-installed. Mac 911 provides troubleshooting tips for both operating systems, and also provides additional projects showing readers how to do more with their Macs, like setting up a wireless network, using your Mac as a backup server, and more. Divided into three main sections, Mac 911 not only offers quick and dirty fixes for your Macintosh, but also shows you how to do more with your Mac. The first section describes troubleshooting startup problems, Finder mishaps, and tools and techniques for applications gone bad in both Mac OS X and OS 9. Section two explores the untapped potential of the Mac. Readers will learn how to upgrade their Mac, set up a network and use AirPort, create a backup server, create an MP3 server, play games on a network, and make a Mac a veritable "digital hub" with today's many peripherals and technologies. Section three offers a list of cool doodads, software and Web sites, as well as additional tips and tricks.Biografía del autor:
Among his many talents, Chris Breen is a contributing editor for Macworld, where he reviews entertainment and music software and writes the monthly "Mac 911" column. A well-known writer and leader in the Macintosh community, he is also a contributor to the upcoming book, The Macintosh Bible, 8th Edition.
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