A crash course in OS X

Filed under: — 3:06 pm

While waiting for my iBook to arrive (who knew they shipped from Shanghai?) I’ve been trying to learn a bit about OS X so that my experience won’t be too jarring. The following are links to some introductory articles on OS X that I found useful, ranging from beginner to geek-oriented:

Update: A comment reminded me to mention one great hard-copy resource: Mac OS X: The Missing Manual by David Pogue. I’ve been reading that for the past few days also and it will be most helpful. I’ll post some more detailed impressions of the book soon.

One response to “A crash course in OS X”

  1. Doug says:

    You might also want to consider Mac OS X: The Missing Manual by David Pogue. His writing style is excellent and lucid–one of the best Mac writers. This book would be appropriate for all but the most novice users.

    Even expert computer users will benefit. It really helped me feel more comfortable with my new iBook (back in 2001!) when I switched to the Mac and OS X.


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