Covering the new Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Mac Basics in Easy Steps shows readers how to get up and running on a Mac with minimum time and effort. Useful for anyone new to the world of Mac computing, such as those converting from Windows, Mac Basics in Easy Steps covers everything a novice needs to know, from getting started to security issues. Areas covered include dealing with documents, mastering email, browsing the Internet with Safari, using calendars and contacts, working with photos and videos, exploring the world of iTunes, networking and personalizing the Mac, and troubleshooting. This handy guide even shows how to move over from a PC — in easy steps — with minimum hassle.
Drew Provan is currently a senior lecturer at Queen Mary's School of Medicine and Dentistry in London.
Drew enjoys writing, editing and typesetting and have been involved with the production of a number of medical books. He also writes for GP Magazine and has written pieces for other publications including Financial Times, Tesco Healthy Living, Reader's Digest, and patient support group publications. Drew uses technology extensively at home and at work, for creating music, reading, writing, databases and giving presentations.