If Mac OS X Tiger has you bewildered, it's time to regain the upper hand with Take Control of Tiger. Rather than have a single overworked author attempt to give you a brief overview of every imaginable topic, explaining none fully, Take Control assembled an all-star team, with each author dedicated to telling you everything you need to know about a particular subject. For each topic, you'll find a concise introduction, detailed explanations, useful tips, and step-by-step instructions, all amply illustrated. Best of all, you can receive free updates to each of the titles in this collection!Aimed at readers just like yourself, who aren't afraid to tinker around a bit to get the most out of their OS, this full-color volume shows you how to customize Mac OS X Tiger to fit your very specific needs. In the guide's four major sections-"Upgrading to Tiger," "Customizing Tiger," "Users and Accounts in Tiger," and Sharing Files in Tiger"-you'll find all the technical help and troubleshooting tips you need to ensure a smooth and speedy upgrade without any corresponding loss in productivity.
In short order you'll learn how to create user accounts, take advantage of the new Spotlight search system, set up multiway video and audio conferences, and more.
Adam and Tonya Engst, Glenn Fleishman, Joe Kissell, Kirk McElhearn, and Matt Neuberg are all experienced Macintosh writers, teachers, and developers who contribute regularly to the Tidbits electronic newsletter and Web site. Between them, they've written numerous books, includingReal World Scanning and Halftones, Third Edition; iPhoto 4 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide (Peachpit Press); and AppleScript: The Definitive Guide(O'Reilly).