Updated and revised for the latest OS X release from Apple, “OS X Yosemite For Dummies” (http://tinyurl.com/m32udc8) by Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus gives you fun, easy-to-understand coverage of the key features and tools needed to get the most out OS X.
Inside the 512-page book, you’ll find details on OS X basics; customizing your workspace; working with the Dock; finding files with Spotlight; working with Mission Control and Launchpad; organizing your life with Calendar, Reminders, Notes, and Notifications; browsing the web with Safari; setting up, sending, and receiving e-mail; communicating through Messages; enjoying music, movies, and digital photos; writing documents with TextEdit; getting where you’re going with Maps; and more.
“OS X Yosemite For Dummies” clearly explains the ins and outs of Apple’s operating system in straightforward, casual language. It’s illustrated in full color.
If you’re a first-time Apple consumer just switching over from a PC, or a beginner-to-intermediate Mac user upgrading to the newest version of OS X, this comprehensive and all-encompassing guide is for you.
LeVitus has been one of the Mac community’s most trusted gurus for more than 25 years and has written or cowritten more than 60 books. He is also a columnist for the “Houston Chronicle” and “The MacObserver.”