Author(s): Robin Williams
Adopting a back-to-the-basics approach, this bestselling little Mac classic has been revised and overhauled to introduce users to Snow Leopard, Apple's newest version of its operating system. In the gentle, friendly, funny style that generations of computer users have come to know and love, author Robin Williams shows readers how to dive in and start working with the Mac and OS X Snow Leopard. This full-color little book walks readers through all of the key new features in Snow Leopard. Using straightforward, jargon-free explanations delivered in logical, easy-to-follow sections, Robin is a new user's personal guide, coaching and encouraging readers as they learn their way around the magic of the Mac.
Robin Williams has written more than two dozen best-selling books, including The Non-Designer's Design Book, Robin Williams Design Workshop, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard: Peachpit Learning Series, and many more. Through her writing, workshops, and seminars, Robin has influenced an entire generation of computer users in the areas of design, typography, and publishing, as well as the Mac and the Web. An inspiring teacher, she has empowered thousands of people around the world to learn new technologies with confidence.
1 A map of your Mac 2 The Mouse 3 The Dock 4 Finder Windows 5 Menus & Shortcuts 6 Use an Application 7 Save & Print 8 Close, Quit & Trash 9 Get Connected 10 Surf the Web 11 Let's Do Email 12 Other Useful Features Backmatter