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Take Control of iTunes 10: The FAQ

by Kirk McElhearn

Join iTunes expert Kirk McElhearn as he helps you think like an iTunes power user so you can get the most out of your audio, video, and ebook collections in iTunes 10. You'll also learn the best ways to transfer...


Take Control of Your iPad

by Tonya Engst

Whether you're new to the iPad or you're the person your friends and relatives turn to with iPad questions, this ebook is for you.

This ebook describes the special hardware components in the original iPad, iPad...


Take Control of Mail on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch

by Joe Kissell

Devise an effective mobile strategy for iOS 5, configure your accounts, and read your email with ease!

In this ebook, email expert Joe Kissell shares his real-world recommendations about the best ways to use...


Take Control of Spotlight for Finding Anything on Your Mac

by Sharon Zardetto

Join Sharon Zardetto as she explores the hidden depths of Spotlight searching, one of Mac OS X's most powerful yet least explained features. No matter how carefully you organize files and folders on your Mac,...


Take Control of Using Lion

by Matt Neuburg

This ebook will teach you how to use your Mac more effectively with OS X 10.7 Lion, whether you embrace all of Lion's new capabilities or strike a balance between old and new. Mac expert and former college professor...


Take Control of Upgrading to Lion

by Joe Kissell

Join Joe Kissell and learn how to best upgrade to Mac OS X 10.7 Lion in the latest edition of his popular "Take Control of Upgrading..." ebook.

Whether your upgrade is fairly straightforward or utterly complicated,...


Take Control of Your 802.11n AirPort Network

by Glenn Fleishman

If you're trying to solve a particular problem, you can jump in and read the topics in this ebook in any order, but if you start at the beginning, you'll learn how Apple's 802.11n gear fits into the world of...


Take Control of Troubleshooting Your Mac

by Joe Kissell

Updated for OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion!

We may love our Macs, but they can still suffer from significant problems. In the second edition of this essential guide from best-selling author Joe Kissell, you'll learn...


Take Control of Textexpander

by Michael E Cohen

Join expert Mac writer Michael E. Cohen as he helps you enjoy the power of TextExpander 4, the award-winning text expansion utility from Smile. If you're a TextExpander newbie, you'll learn how to create "snippets"...


Take Control of Speeding Up Your Mac

by Joe Kissell

Updated for OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion!

Has your Mac lost its zip? Do you wish you could squeeze extra life out of an older but still functional Mac rather than investing in the latest model? Or are you a power...


Take Control: The Mac OS X Lexicon

by Sharon Zardetto & Andy Baird

This ebook explains a little bit of everything; in fact, it's The Mac OS X (and then some) Lexicon because it's never just you and your Mac. It's you and your Mac and the Web, and your email, and that article...


Take Control of the Mac Command Line with Terminal

by Joe Kissell

If you've ever thought you should learn how to use the Unix command line that underlies Mac OS X, or felt at sea when typing commands into Terminal, Joe Kissell is here to help! This ebook will help you become...


Take Control of Iweb: Ilife '08

by Steve Sande

Learn how to make useful, attractive Web sites with iWeb!

Apple's iWeb aims to help you build an attractive Web site quickly and easily, but not all of iWeb's features are fully explained. If you want step-by-step...


Take Control of Your iPod: Beyond the Music

by Steve Sande

Learn a dozen ways to do more with an iPod than just listen to music!

Written by gadget-wizard Steve Sande, this 136-page book helps you advance to the next level of iPod mastery. You'll learn basics like charging...


Take Control of Your Wi-Fi Security

by Glenn Fleishman & Adam C Engst

Learn how to keep intruders out of your wireless network and protect your sensitive communications!

It's ten o'clock—do you know who's using your wireless network? If you haven't changed the default network...


Take Control of Vmware Fusion 2

by Joe Kissell

Now that modern Macs use Intel processors, you can run Windows on your Mac without slowdowns or tradeoffs, and with the benefit of configuration snapshots, multiple installations, and the capability to mix Windows...


Take Control of Users & Accounts in Leopard

by Kirk McElhearn

Learn to manage user accounts and parental controls in Leopard!

User accounts are an integral part of Mac OS X, but for many people, they're a source of confusion. No more, thanks to Kirk McElhearn's straightforward...


Take Control of Upgrading to Leopard

by Joe Kissell

Start on the right foot with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard!

Little is more exciting and unnerving than a major operating system upgrade for your Mac, but thousands of people have upgraded to Panther and Tiger calmly...


Take Control of Troubleshooting Your Mac

by Joe Kissell

Learn how to solve any Mac problem with Joe Kissell's expert advice!

We may love our Macs, but they can still suffer significant problems. In this essential guide from best-selling author Joe Kissell, you'll...


Take Control of Switching to the Mac

by Scott Knaster

Switching to the Mac is easier than ever with our real-world advice!

You're using Windows, so we're guessing that you're considering a switch to the Mac (good for you!) or that you're a Mac user on a PC at...