Switching from Windows to OS X has a pretty easy learning curve when picking up the basics. Most switchers seem to pick up those OS X basics with ease, but there are SO many more advanced features that go untouched by the majority of users.
Master Your Mac bridges the gap nicely between the basics and the more advanced features of OS X. It’s certainly not an OS X manual/bible delivering details on every feature. Master Your Mac is more of a stepping stone to some features and applications a basic user is probably unaware of. Chapters include Automation, Security and Troubleshooting among others.
Many of the books tips require the download and often purchase of a third party application. This is my only real complaint, but I think thats more of my personal taste than anything. It certainly does a good job of highlighting third party tools that do a good job. I just prefer a more purist OS X experience.
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