Mac users can now get a handle on user accounts and file sharing with
two new ebooks: “Take Control of Users & Accounts in Snow Leopard”
and “Take Control of Sharing Files in Snow Leopard” from Take Control
In “Take Control of Users & Accounts in Snow Leopard,” author Kirk
McElhearn explains why a Mac has user accounts, as well as how to set
them up, manage them, and use them within a single Mac in various
real-world scenarios. McElhearn particularly looks at configuring
accounts for children or in a small computer lab.
In “Take Control of Sharing Files in Snow Leopard,” networking guru
Glenn Fleishman helps readers decide if they should set up a local
Mac as a file server or use an Internet-hosted option. For those
interested in setting up a local file server, Fleishman walks them
through picking out hardware, setting up file-sharing services,
configuring accounts, using accounts, and more.
Each ebook costs $10 and is available for sale at