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  • Taschenbuch: 886 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 1 (24. August 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1449330274
  • ISBN-13: 978-1449330279
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 5 x 23,3 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.8 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (4 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 144.543 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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David Pogue schreibt eine wöchentliche Computer-Kolumne für die New York Times, ist Emmy-gekrönter Korrespondent für CBS News Sunday Morning, hat 2006 den Preis der Online News Association für die besten Kommentare erhalten und ist der Vater der Missing Manuals-Reihe.

Er hat allein oder zusammen mit anderen Autoren mehr als 50 Bücher geschrieben, darunter 25 in dieser Reihe und sechs in der Reihe "für Dummies" (zum Beispiel Mac, Zaubern, Oper und Klassik), zwei Romane sowie das Buch "The World According to Twitter". In einem anderen Leben ist David ein ehemaliger Broadway-Dirigent, Zauberer und Pianist. Neuigkeiten, Fotos, Links auf seine Kolumnen, ein Blog und wöchentlich neue Videos können Sie sich unter www.davidpogue.com ansehen. Er freut sich über E-Mail-Feedback zu seinen Büchern an david@pogueman.com (brauchen Sie jedoch technischen Rat, dann wenden Sie sich an die Quellen, die er in seinen Büchern nennt).

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David Pogue, Yale '85, is the weekly personal-technology columnist for the New York Times and an Emmy award-winning tech correspondent for CBS News. His funny tech videos appear weekly on CNBC. And with 3 million books in print, he is also one of the world's bestselling how- to authors. In 1999, he launched his own series of amusing, practical, and user-friendly computer books called Missing Manuals, which now includes 100 titles.

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Von Sergiu am 12. November 2014
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I was asked to buy this product by somebody who was just beginning to use Mac OS X. I had the chance to skim the manual and I would say that the book should be useful for beginners but less so to more advanced users, irrespective of the operating system they are coming from. I think there are more detailed articles on the Web explaining specific issues of Mountain Lion. Nevertheless having the book could save one precious time and effort.
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Die beste Ratgeber, Erklärung, Geheimtipps, alles was man wissen muss ( und soll) über diesen neuen MAC Operating System - und dabei auch noch witzig geschrieben.
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Von Mike am 23. Dezember 2012
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As OS-X-newbee i found everything (and much more!) in this marvellous manual! Very detailed descriptions, and all the nice keyboard-shortcuts mentioned...
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A useful book for people who aren't necessarily computer experts. Easy to find specific things and explanations are clear and easy to understand.
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Best Missing Manual Review Ever 22. August 2012
Von Hartley J. Jackson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
OS X Mountain Lion: The Missing Manual is better than any of the best selling OS X Missing Manuals before it.

Mountain Lion is based upon Lion. The Pogue Press - O'Reilly team was able to bring OS X Mountain Lion: The Missing Manual to us much sooner because it is based upon Mac OS X Lion: The Missing Manual. Words and images are not changed where there was no reason to change them.

I believe it is the best in part because it begins with Chapter 0, a tutorial. This tutorial clearly and simply walks you through how Apple designers want you to work with Lion and Mountain Lion. You will work with gestures on the trackpad, with the launchpad, and in full screen mode so you concentrate on your subject. You will be in control of what is on your screen with Mission Control. You can decide for yourself whether you like this new way of working, and when it will work best for you. I am learning and finding I like to work this way.

OS X Mountain Lion The Missing Manual is better because Mountain Lion has so many new and improved things that provided material for David Pogue to write about.

The Missing Manuals have been famous for their many interesting and useful tips. With the features added in Lion and Mountain Lion there seem to be many more of them. I counted 79 tips in the first 100 pages.

OS X Mountain Lion The Missing Manual is written in David Pogue's clear and reader friendly style. It has Pogue's sense of humor. It probably helps that he doesn't type his books, he talks them into his computer. This time he was able to talk about dictation in Mountain LIon.

There are many very good well labeled illustrations that help to clarify the narrative. I like the style in the one showing what happens when you click the minimize button which was retrained from Mac OS X Lion as well as the new ones created for OS X Mountain Lion: The Missing Manual.

When I bought the initial ebook release of this book, many of the hyperlinks for the index were not yet there. They are in the current free update. You have to admire the way that David Pogue and his team with O'Reilly publishing managed to create and publish such an informaton packed book with over 800 pages as quickly as they did.

It will take me much longer to finish reading OS X Mountain Lion: The Missing Manual. .I am looking forward to studying one subject at a time, and to referring to this manual as my primary source when I have questions or need help.

I have already used it as a reference to answer a question brought up at our Macintosh User Group meeting.
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For Dummies vs Missing Manual vs Teach Yourself Visually (27 yr Mac user) 3. November 2012
Von LD - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
All 3 of these books are very helpful but they are targeted at different users. Just as Lion users got used to the new system, Mountain Lion came along and changed some of the newer stuff again.

Teach Yourself Visually is for those who learn by color photos- seeing where to select what, step by numbered step, quick and easy with little explanation. This book is helpful for novices but also great for most Mac people. For Dummies finally has some colored photos but is more text (talking you through when or why you would use a feature). If you are new to the Mac this is the best book for you. The Missing Manual is loaded with details for the medium to advanced user. It contains far more details about the internet, iCloud, and video.

All 3 books fail to cover everything. For example, For Dummies trumps the other 2 for its explanation and shortcuts using Mission Control. With an Apple aluminum keyboard you just hold the Control key while using the Arrow Up to sort by application, Arrow Down to see all the docs in a singular application, and a 2nd Down Arrow to show a horizontal list all recently opened docs. Right/left arrows put a blue outline around the active doc and Enter will bring it to the front.The others steer you toward using F-key combinations. All the books missed the shortcut to activate Save As instead of Duplicate and then rename. In many apps you can hold the option key then click the File Menu. Save As will be a Menu-item. The Missing Manual is the only one that tells you that if you hold a key down you do not get repeating letters but a palette of alternative accented versions of that letter. Also, you can forego buying MS Word by using Text Edit which is compatible.
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By far the best resource for learning about OS X Mountain Lion 28. August 2012
Von T. Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I purchased the OS X Lion: The Missing Manual to help me ramp up for my new MacBook Pro. Although I had been a Mac user in the past, it was in the distant past. It did a great job answering all the questions I had as I familiarized myself with the Mac operating system. The author does a great job of explaining things and he covers a ton of information.

As soon as the OS X Mountain Lion: The Missing Manual version was available I wanted it. It is by far the best resource available for getting answers quickly to any questions I have about the new OS X Mountain Lion operating system.

The book is divided into six parts. I have listed each part below and the chapters included in each one.

One. The OS X Desktop
0. The Mountain Lion Landscape
1. Folders & Windows
2. Organizing Your Stuff
3. Spotlight
4. Dock, Desktop & Toolbars

Two. Programs in OS X
5. Documents, Programs & Spaces
6. Data: Typing, Dictating, Sharing & Backing Up
7. Automator, AppleScript & Services
8. Windows on Macintosh

Three. The Components of OS X
9. System Preferences
10. Reminders, Notes & Notification Center
11. The Other Free Programs
12. CDs, DVDs, iTunes & AirPlay

Four. The Technologies of OS X
13. Accounts, Security & Gatekeeper
14. Networking, File Sharing & AirDrop
15. Graphics, Fonts & Printing
16. Sound, Movies & Speech

Five. OS X Online
17. Internet Setup & iCloud
18. Mail & Contacts
19. Safari
20. Messages
21. SSH, FTP, VPN & Web Sharing

Six. Appendixes
A. Installing OS X Mountain Lion
B. Troubleshooting
C. The Windows-to-Mac Dictionary
D. The Master OS X Secret Keystroke List

I am amazed at the level of detail the author goes into with each of the topics covered. There are only a few things I would like to see added to the book. They are the missing AppleScript and Unix chapters that can be found on line.

By far the biggest disappointment with the OS X Mountain Lion: The Missing Manual version is the removal of the Unix information. When I got this book I took the OS X Lion: The Missing Manual out of my backpack and put this in. I got to work, pulled out the book, cracked it open to where the Unix chapter was and only found... there is a whole chapter on it waiting online. It was weird to see a new edition of a book shrink by 42 pages instead of grow.

I don't buy book so they can point me to missing chapters online. I buy them so I don't have to be online. I have to say it was a pretty big letdown. I can either keep this and my The Mac OS X Command Line: Unix Under the Hood with me, or go back to OS X Lion: The Missing Manual. Not sure which I will do yet. I would probably not have been as disappointed if the Unix chapter wasn't the chapter I was just starting when I got OS X Mountain Lion: The Missing Manual.

Beyond the missing Unix chapter, I do not have any gripes. I think this is an excellent way to learn to use OS X Mountain Lion and an excellent reference for looking up issues that come up.

I highly recommend it to the user that wants to know how to use all the applications and features included with OS X Mountain Lion in detail. The most amazing thing about this book is the level of detail the author goes into with each subject.

The author has an online site that accompanies the book. It has links to all the tools mentioned, and PDFs of all the chapters that should be in the book.

All in all this is by far the best resource for learning about OS X Mountain Lion.
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Skip the Kindle edition 31. Oktober 2012
Von Jon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
There is a lot of very good information in this manual but in the Kindle edition it is very difficult to use. The table of contents simply lists chapter numbers with no description of what is in that chapter. The index is super detailed, and is very long. There are no page numbers only location numbers. The location numbers for the index run from 26,471 to 33,069. There is of course search but if you want to just find the chapter on say mail, good luck as it will take a while. So I give the Kindle edition one star and the book version 5. Some better formatting of the Kindle edition would make it a super book to have on your Mac but as it is it is a failure.
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Pogue's customary humor and expertise shine through. 26. August 2012
Von Earache - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
David Pogue's "Missing Manual" series are the best Mac how-to's ever written. This one arrived while I was still reading his "Lion" Missing Manual, borrowed from the library. I did some side-by-side comparisons, until I discovered the "what's new in Mountain Lion" index section. D'oh!
It would have been helpful if those Mountain Lion-specific tips could have been published in yellow highlighter font or something similar, for fast reference. I manually highlighted the new bits, along with their page numbers. Something to think about for next book, Mr. Pogue.

Now if only he (or someone) could persuade Apple to slow down their pell-mell rate of new operating systems! Let's live with Mountain Lion for a good ten years or so, hmmmm, Cupertino?
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