开始Mac:实战手册(影印版)
开始Mac:实战手册(影印版)
David Pogue
出版时间:2010年12月
页数:632
“Pogue,《纽约时报》计算机专栏作家,是全世界最优秀的解说者之一。”
—— Kevin Kelly,《Wired 》杂志联合创办人

答案就在这里
是什么让Windows难民们决定要获得一台Mac?是因为热情的朋友?苹果官方商店?那些“我是Mac”广告?因为iPod和iPhone 广泛流行而导致的“晕轮效应”?没有病毒和间谍软件?还是在Mac上也能自由运行Windows?无论如何,没有比现在更好的时机开始转向Mac OS X了——也从未有比这本更好、更有趣或者更权威的书来帮你完成这件事。

您需要了解的重要内容
· 转移数据。通过直连电缆、网络或磁盘从PC移动文件到Mac 是比较简单的,但应该如何把电子邮件、地址簿、日历、Web书签、朋友列表、桌面图片和MP3文件也转移出来呢?现在你就能知道。
· 重新安装软件套件。本书指明了你所喜爱的Windows程序对应的Mac替代品。
· 学习Mac OS X Snow Leopard。苹果最新的操作系统更快、更小巧,史无前例地好——但是你还得学习它。幸运的是,地球上最畅销Mac图书《Mac OS X Snow Leopard:The Missing Manual》的作者会手把手教你。

为什么开创Missing Manual系列丛书?
当知识富有吸引力、条理清楚并且显得有趣时,人们的学习效果最好。 不幸的是,大多数计算机书籍味同嚼蜡。这就是我开始创立
“Missing Manual”系列的原因。它们有趣,不怕某项特性用处不大或者不能正常工作,并且( 哦,顺便说一句)由真正的作家撰写。我们在每一页都回答一个简单的问题:“这项特性有什么用?”
David Pogue是《纽约时报》技术专栏作家,获得Emmy奖的CBS News通讯记者以及“Missing Manual”系列的创始人。
  1. Introduction
  2. What Mac OS X Gives You
  3. What Mac OS X Takes Away
  4. About This Book
  5. The Very Basics.
  6. Part One: Welcome to Macintosh
  7. Chapter 1: How the Mac Is Different
  8. Power On, Dude
  9. That One-Button Mouse
  10. On, Off, and Sleep
  11. The Menu Bar
  12. Finder = Windows Explorer
  13. Dock = Taskbar
  14. Menulets = Tray
  15. Keyboard Differences
  16. Disk Differences
  17. Where Your Stuff Is
  18. Window Controls
  19. Terminology Differences
  20. Chapter 2: Folders, Dock, & Windows
  21. Getting into Mac OS X
  22. The Four Window Views
  23. Icon View
  24. List View
  25. Column View
  26. Cover Flow View
  27. Quick Look
  28. The Dock
  29. The Finder Toolbar
  30. Getting Help in Mac OS X
  31. Chapter 3: Files, Icons, & Spotlight
  32. Renaming Icons
  33. Selecting Icons
  34. Moving and Copying Icons
  35. Aliases: Icons in Two Places at Once
  36. Color Labels
  37. The Trash
  38. Get Info
  39. The Spotlight Menu
  40. The Spotlight Window
  41. Customizing Spotlight
  42. Smart Folders
  43. Chapter 4: Documents, Programs, & Spaces
  44. Opening Mac OS X Programs
  45. The New, Improved “Alt-Tab”
  46. Exposé: Death to Window Clutter
  47. Spaces: Your Free Quad-Display Mac
  48. Hiding Programs the Old-Fashioned Way
  49. How Documents Know Their Parents
  50. Keyboard Control
  51. The Save and Open Dialog Boxes
  52. Universal Apps (Intel Macs)
  53. Installing Mac OS X Programs
  54. Dashboard
  55. Web Clips: Make Your Own Widgets
  56. Power Typing in Snow Leopard
  57. The Many Languages of Mac OS X Text
  58. Data Detectors
  59. Part Two: Making the Move
  60. Chapter 5: Seven Ways to Transfer Your Files
  61. Transfers by Apple Genius
  62. Transfers by Network
  63. Transfers by Disk
  64. Transfers by File-Sending Web Site
  65. Transfers by Email
  66. Transfers by iDisk
  67. Transfers by Bluetooth
  68. Where to Put Your Copied Files
  69. Document Conversion Issues
  70. Chapter 6: Transferring Email & Contacts
  71. A Reminder That Could Save You Hours
  72. Transferring Your Outlook Mail
  73. Transferring Your Outlook Addresses
  74. Transferring from Outlook Express (Windows Mail)
  75. Email Settings
  76. Life with Microsoft Exchange
  77. Chapter 7: Special Software, Special Problems
  78. ACDSee
  79. Acrobat Reader
  80. ACT
  81. Ad Subtract (Pop-up Stopper)
  82. Adobe [your favorite program here]
  83. America Online
  84. AIM (AOL Instant Messenger)
  85. Children’s Software
  86. Easy CD Creator
  87. Encarta
  88. Eudora
  89. Excel
  90. Firefox
  91. Games
  92. Google Desktop Search
  93. ICQ
  94. Internet Explorer
  95. iTunes
  96. Limewire
  97. McAfee VirusScan
  98. Microsoft Access
  99. Microsoft Money
  100. Microsoft Office
  101. Microsoft Publisher
  102. Microsoft Visio
  103. Minesweeper
  104. MSN Messenger
  105. NaturallySpeaking
  106. Netscape
  107. Newsgroup Readers
  108. Norton AntiVirus
  109. Norton Utilities
  110. Notepad
  111. Outlook/Outlook Express/Windows Mail
  112. Paint Shop Pro
  113. Palm Desktop
  114. Picasa
  115. PowerPoint
  116. QuickBooks
  117. Quicken
  118. RealPlayer
  119. RssReader
  120. Skype
  121. SnagIt
  122. Solitaire
  123. Street Atlas USA
  124. TaxCut, TurboTax
  125. WinAmp, MusicMatch
  126. Windows Media Player
  127. WinZip
  128. Word
  129. WordPerfect
  130. Yahoo Messenger
  131. Chapter 8: Windows on Macintosh
  132. Boot Camp
  133. Windows in a Window
  134. Chapter 9: Hardware on the Mac
  135. Printers and Printing
  136. When all your settings look good, click Print (or press Return) to send your printout to the
  137. printer
  138. Faxing
  139. PDF Files
  140. Fonts—and Font Book
  141. Digital Cameras
  142. Disks
  143. Burning CDs and DVDs
  144. iTunes: The Digital Jukebox
  145. DVD Movies
  146. Keyboard
  147. Mouse
  148. Monitors
  149. Time Machine Backups
  150. Part Three: Making Connections
  151. Chapter 10: Internet Setup & MobileMe
  152. Network Central—and Multihoming
  153. Broadband Connections
  154. Cellular Modems
  155. Dial-up Modem Connections
  156. Switching Locations
  157. Internet Sharing
  158. MobileMe
  159. Internet Location Files
  160. Chapter 11: Mail & Address Book
  161. Checking Your Mail
  162. Writing Messages
  163. Stationery
  164. Reading Email
  165. The Anti-Spam Toolkit
  166. RSS Feeds
  167. Notes
  168. To Do
  169. Address Book
  170. Chapter 12: Safari & iChat
  171. Safari
  172. Tips for Better Surfing
  173. Tabbed Browsing
  174. RSS: The Missing Manual
  175. iChat
  176. Making a List
  177. Let the Chat Begin
  178. Text Chatting
  179. Audio Chats
  180. Video Chats
  181. iChat Tweaks
  182. Part Four: Putting Down Roots
  183. Chapter 13: Accounts, Parental Controls, & Security
  184. Introducing Accounts
  185. Creating an Account
  186. Parental Controls
  187. Editing Accounts
  188. Setting Up the Login Process
  189. Signing In, Logging Out
  190. Sharing Across Accounts
  191. Fast User Switching
  192. Five Mac OS X Security Shields
  193. Chapter 14: Networking, File Sharing, & Screen Sharing
  194. Wiring the Network
  195. File Sharing
  196. Accessing Shared Files
  197. Networking with Windows
  198. Screen Sharing
  199. Chapter 15: System Preferences
  200. The System Preferences Window
  201. Accounts
  202. Appearance
  203. Bluetooth
  204. CDs & DVDs
  205. Date & Time
  206. Desktop & Screen Saver
  207. Displays
  208. Dock
  209. Energy Saver
  210. Exposé & Spaces
  211. Keyboard
  212. Language & Text
  213. MobileMe
  214. Mouse
  215. Network
  216. Parental Controls
  217. Print & Fax
  218. Security
  219. Sharing
  220. Software Update
  221. Sound
  222. Speech
  223. Spotlight
  224. Startup Disk
  225. Time Machine
  226. Trackpad
  227. Universal Access
  228. Chapter 16: The Free Programs
  229. Address Book
  230. Automator
  231. Calculator
  232. Chess
  233. Dashboard
  234. Dictionary
  235. DVD Player
  236. Font Book
  237. Front Row
  238. GarageBand
  239. iCal
  240. iChat
  241. iDVD
  242. Image Capture
  243. iMovie, iPhoto
  244. iTunes
  245. Mail
  246. Photo Booth
  247. Preview
  248. QuickTime Player
  249. Safari
  250. Stickies
  251. System Preferences
  252. TextEdit
  253. Time Machine
  254. Utilities: Your Mac OS X Toolbox
  255. Part Five: Appendixes
  256. Appendix A: Installation & Troubleshooting
  257. Getting Ready to Install
  258. Two Kinds of Installation
  259. The Automatic Installation
  260. The Erase & Install Option
  261. The Setup Assistant
  262. Troubleshooting
  263. Appendix B: The “Where’d It Go?” Dictionary
  264. Appendix C: The Master Mac OS X Secret Keystroke List
书名:开始Mac:实战手册(影印版)
作者:David Pogue
国内出版社:东南大学出版社
出版时间:2010年12月
页数:632
书号:978-7-5641-2410-6
原版书出版商:O'Reilly Media
David Pogue
 
David Pogue is the weekly tech columnist for the New York Times,
an Emmy-winning correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning,
the 2006 winner of the Online News Association’s award for commentary,
and the creator of the Missing Manual series. He’s the
author or co-author of 45 books, including 20 in this series and
six in the “For Dummies” line (including Macs, Magic, Opera, and
Classical Music). In his other life, David is a former Broadway show conductor, a
magician, and a pianist. News, photos, links to his columns, blog, and weekly videos
await at www.davidpogue.com.
He welcomes feedback about his books by email at david@pogueman.com. (If you’re
seeking technical help, however, please refer to the sources in Appendix D.)