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Mac OS X Unleashed by John Ray, William C. Ray

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Mac OS X Unleashed
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Publisher: Sams
ISBN/ASIN: 0672324652
ISBN-13: 9780672324659
Number of pages: 1560

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Mac OS X Unleashed is a complete guide and reference for Mac OS users. The book helps the reader deal with the most trouble-prone aspects of the user interface, focusing on the BSD environment and how the user or administrator can get the most out of both the current operating system as well as the new components expected in the latest version.

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