With the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) over, Apple has announced some exciting new things that consumers will be looking forward to over the next few months. Alongside the refresh of Apple’s line of portables and the introduction of the Macbook Pro Retina, one of the most eagerly anticipated moment in the release of OS X Mountain Lion.
As always, when there is a new operating system, it is another learning curve for most Apple users who have gotten so used to the way their current version of OS X behaves. While the internet will surely have a plethora of articles about OS X Mountain Lion, this blog included, Mountain Lion books are never obsolete. In fact, there are already several books about OS X Mountain Lion that are slated to be released in the coming months and you should check out to get the most out of the new operating system Mountain Lion.
Emmy award winning tech correspondent David Pogue has written some of the best guidebooks about several versions of OS X including Snow Leopard and Lion. The Missing Manuals series are geared towards beginners, using simple jargon and giving step by step instructions on how to use the various bells and whistles of OS X. Power users also enjoy reading them because they go in-depth. With over three million copies of his various books in circulation, David Pogue’s fans are surely eagerly awaiting the release of his latest Missing Manual.
For more than a decade now, the For Dummies series have been popular because the deliver on their promise to write a book for dummies, which are people who have no knowledge about the topic being discussed. It’s the ultimate book for beginners. This book is of great value because it discusses eight major sections: introducing OS X, customizing and sharing, the digital hub, using iWork, the typical internet stuff, networking in OS X, expanding you system, and advanced OS X.
With more than 50 books about computers written and a founder of a company that does software training, Steve Johnson is certainly qualified to talk about the ins and outs of OS X Mountain Lion. Geared towards beginners to intermediate users, this book will teach readers how to use OS X Mountain Lion from the ground up. Because it has stunning visual graphics, the book is actually a show-and-tell.
OS X Mountain Lion takes away from the feature rich apps of iOS and incorporates it into OS X. With many new features coming, this books is focused on how to set up an use these new features, which includes Reminders, Airplay, and Notes.
This is one of the books that have the earliest release date, just a few days after the release of Mountain Lion. As the name suggests, this pocket guide is something that will be handy dandy to have around as you explore the new OS.