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744 pages

Mac OS X Tiger All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

Creator: Mark L. Chambers | Computers - 2005-06-03

The most readily available AppleScript reference is built into Mac OS X. Choose Help➪Mac Help to launch the Mac ... compatible with Tiger (Mac OS X v. 10.4). Although the majority of scripts made for Mac OS 9 also work with Mac OS X, some simply won't. ... The first place on the Web that you should visit for AppleScript help is the Source of All That Is Good, also called the Mother Ship: Apple Computer.

Publisher: For Dummies

About this book
Mac OS X Tiger is the sum of its parts, and there are a lot of them. What could be easier than to have a handy minibook covering each one, ready to answer your every question?If you’re venturing into the Mac world for the first time, you’ve chosen a great time to make the move.  And if you’re switching to Tiger from an earlier Mac OS, you’ll be eager to get going as quickly as possible.  Either way, you’ll love the convenience of Mac OS X Tiger All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies. You’ll find sections devoted toBasic Mac OS XCustomizing and sharing your MacMac’s digital hub—iTunes, iMovie, iPhoto, iDVD, QuickTime, and GarageBandThe Internet (AppleMail, iChat AV, iDisk, and more)Networking, including Bluetooth, AppleTalk, and Airport ExtremeExpanding your system with cool hardware and softwareSome advanced stuff, like hosting a Web site and building custom applicationsEach self-contained chapter discusses a specific feature, application, connection, or cool thing about Mac OS X. You can start at the beginning, or dive right into the things you most want to explore.   For example, you canDiscover how to find anything, anywhere on your system, with SpotlightSet up a wireless networkUse iDisk to back up your important filesEdit or create your own DVDs, CDs, and moviesKeep in touch with others through the cool iChat AV applicationGet step-by-step instructions that make using OS X Tiger as much fun—and as productive—as it’s meant to beBecause everything’s handy and neatly organized, you’ll find Mac OS X Tiger All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies is the reference book you’ll want to keep right next to your Mac. You’ll refer to it many times over, and be glad you did!



311 pages

Maran Illustrated Mac OS X V. 10. 4 Tiger

Creator: Ruth Maran, Kelleigh Johnson | 2005-06-01

Covers more than one hundred essential OS X Tiger topics such as Spotlight, Dashboard, and VoiceOver, for all skill levels, featuring more than five hundred full-color screenshots, illustrations, and useful tips that appeal to and engage ...

Publisher: Premier Press

About this book
Produced by the award-winning maranGraphics Group, Maran Illustrated? OS X Tiger is a valuable resource for all readers, regardless of experience. Clear, step-by-step instructions walk you through each operation from beginning to end. Helpful topic introductions and useful tips provide additional information and advice to enhance your OS X Tiger experience and help meet your individual needs. Maran IllustratedTM OS X Tiger is packed with information useful to those who have purchased their first computer and are learning OS X Tiger for the first time. Those who have experience with older versions of OS X will find this book an excellent guide to help them take command of their OS X experience, by way of the easy-to-use maranGraphics format. You have the option of reading the book from cover to cover, or simply reading the individual topics they are interested in.



508 pages

Switching to the Mac, The Missing Manual

Creator: David Pogue, Adam Goldstein | Computers - 2005

Demonstrates how to become adjusted to the Macintosh operating system and how to transfer data from a Windows system to a Macintosh, discussing topics such as moving files and Macintosh equivalents to Windows-only programs.

Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.

About this book
It's little wonder that longtime Windows users are migrating in droves to the new Mac. They're fed up with the virus-prone Windows way of life, and they're lured by Apple's well-deserved reputation for producing great all-around computers that are reliable, user-friendly, well designed, and now--with the $500 Mac mini--extremely affordable, too. Whether you're drawn to the Mac's stability, its stunning digital media suite, or the fact that a whole computer can look and feel as slick as your iPod, you can quickly and easily become a Mac convert. But consider yourself warned: a Mac isn't just a Windows machine in a prettier box; it's a whole different animal and a whole new computing experience. If you're contemplating--or have already made--the switch from a Windows PC to a Mac, you need Switching to the Mac: The Missing Manual, Tiger Edition. This incomparable guide delivers what Apple doesn't: everything you need to know to successfully and painlessly move to a Mac. The latest reprint of this book has been updated to reflect the new generation of Mac models that run on Intel chips. There's even a new appendix that guides you through the installation of Windows XP on your Macintosh (using adapter software like Boot Camp or Parallels), so that you have the best of all worlds: a single, beautiful machine that can run 100 percent of the world's desktop software. Missing Manual series creator and bestselling author David Pogue teams up with 17-year-old whiz kid and founder of GoldfishSoft (www.goldfishsoft.com) Adam Goldstein to cover every aspect of switching to a Mac--things like transferring email, files, and addresses from a PC to a Mac; getting acquainted with the Mac's interface; adapting to Mac versions of familiar programs (including Microsoft Office); setting up a network to share files with PCs and Macs; and using the printers, scanners, and other peripherals you already own. Covering the latest in Mac OS X v.10.4 "Tiger," Switching to the Mac: The Missing Manual, Tiger Edition explains the hundreds of innovative new features to the Mac OS and how you can understand and make the very most of each. Whether you're a novice or a power user, Switching to the Mac: The Missing Manual, Tiger Edition, teaches you how to smoothly and seamlessly replace (or supplement) your Windows machine--in a refreshingly funny and down-to-earth style--with a mighty Mac.


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  • Apple Computer

    Apple Mac OS X Version 10.5.6 Leopard [5-User Family Pack]

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    Easily and automatically back up and restore lost files or a complete Mac with Time Machine
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    The Mac OS X Leopard Family Pack is a single-residence, five-user license
    Introduces more than 300 new and enhanced features to OS X, including a new desktop
    Take advantage of the latest developments in processor hardware with full native 64-bit support, multi-core optimization, and new Core animation


  • Apple

    Mac OS X version 10.6.3 Snow Leopard (Mac computer with an Intel processor required)

    Software (Apple)

    Rating (903 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Apple

    Great, but not essential...

    Is Apple's latest operating system, Snow Leopard, a strong, reliable OS that demonstrates the versatility of Macs? YesThat being said, is Snow Leopard an essential upgrade? No, not exactly.THE DIFFERENCE IS NOT THAT DRASTICThe differences between Apple's "Tiger" OS (10.4) and "Leopard" (10.5) were very noticeable, and there were many improvements that made the upgrade worthwhile. Such as Time Machine, Boot Camp, Quick Look, and many more The bulk of changes between Leopard (10.5) and this latest release, "Snow Leopard" (10.6), are "under the hood" so to speak, and therefore the average user might not notice as much of a change as they'd expect with an OS upgrade. But then again, why fix a bone that's not broken? Leopard was a success, and Snow Leopard improves on it, without radically altering the user experience. The majority of improvements affect system reliability, speed, and resourcefulness. There is also Microsoft Exchange support, which is great... 5/5 Cinnamon - See all my reviews This review is from: Mac OS X version 10.6.3 Snow Leopard (Mac computer with an Intel processor required) (Software) Is Apple's latest operating system, Snow Leopard, a strong, reliable OS that demonstrates the versatility of Macs? YesThat being said, is Snow Leopard an essential upgrade? No, not exactly.THE DIFFERENCE IS NOT THAT DRASTICThe differences between Apple's "Tiger" OS (10.4) and "Leopard" (10.5) were very noticeable, and there were many improvements that made the upgrade worthwhile. Such as Time Machine, Boot Camp, Quick Look, and many more The bulk of changes between Leopard (10.5) and this latest release, "Snow Leopard" (10.6), are "under the hood" so to speak, and therefore the average user might not notice as much of a change as they'd expect with an OS upgrade. But then again, why fix a bone that's not broken? Leopard was a success, and Snow Leopard improves on it, without radically altering the user experience. The majority of improvements affect system reliability, speed, and resourcefulness. There is also Microsoft Exchange support, which is great... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 28, 2009

    A bargain for the price and an OS for the future

    The most remarkable thing about Snow Leopard is simply that it can be installed on a Mac running Tiger. You do not need to pay the money to buy the boxed set to upgrade if you never upgraded to Leopard. This means that you can upgrade a Tiger computer to Leopard using this disk. It is up to the user to determine if they have an ethical problem with that; Apple certainly knew that this was possible when they released the software: they understand and use DRM effectively and always have. The fact it is missing here tells me that they are primarily concerned with getting Snow Leopard unto as many computers as possible as fast as possible. I am sure part of that is the desire to have Snow Leopard outperform Windows 7 which debuts in October.So what do you get with Snow Leopard? The answer is largely performance boosts, although many of those are not really applicable (yet) since few (virtually none) third party applications use the performance gains offered by Snow Leopard... 5/5 ConsumerAdvocate (dakotad555) at (gmail) dot ... (Chicago, IL) - See all my reviews, August 28, 2009

    Nice New Features, But Far From Perfect...

    I upgraded my Leopard-equipped late 2006 Black MacBook to Snow Leopard. I had it on pre-order all week and delivered on release date. It doesn't boast a whole lot of new stuff to it, but I like the new features it does have, and I love the fact that it takes up so much less hard drive space on my MacBook (I gained an amazing 29 gigabytes of space). I also noticed a pretty good speed boost after upgrading.I really love the new Dock Expose, and how I can look at just one particular application in Expose instead of all the open windows in any given space. It makes finding things a lot easier. I also like the fact that you can now resize your icons in the finder. Dock scrolling (with magnification) and cover flow have been smoothed out greatly which makes it that much more attractive. Quicktime X is a pretty good movie recorder and the interface looks a lot better than previous version of Quicktime. Some other refinements are pretty nice as well.64-bit support is... 3/5 LG - See all my reviews This review is from: Mac OS X version 10.6.3 Snow Leopard (Mac computer with an Intel processor required) (Software) I upgraded my Leopard-equipped late 2006 Black MacBook to Snow Leopard. I had it on pre-order all week and delivered on release date. It doesn't boast a whole lot of new stuff to it, but I like the new features it does have, and I love the fact that it takes up so much less hard drive space on my MacBook (I gained an amazing 29 gigabytes of space). I also noticed a pretty good speed boost after upgrading.I really love the new Dock Expose, and how I can look at just one particular application in Expose instead of all the open windows in any given space. It makes finding things a lot easier. I also like the fact that you can now resize your icons in the finder. Dock scrolling (with magnification) and cover flow have been smoothed out greatly which makes it that much more attractive. Quicktime X is a pretty good movie recorder and the interface looks a lot better than previous version of Quicktime. Some other refinements are pretty nice as well.64-bit support is... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 30, 2009
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    Mac OS X Snow Leopard is built on a rock-solid, time-tested UNIX foundation.
    Mac OS X Snow Leopard includes built-in support for the latest version of Microsoft Exchange Server.
    You can use Mail, iCal, and Address Book at home and at work.
    Stacks, quicker Time Machine backup, faster common tasks and installation, a smaller install footprint, and plenty more
    With virtually no effort on your part, Mac OS X protects itself--and you--from viruses, malicious applications, and other threats
    It provides unparalleled stability as well as industry-leading support for Internet standards
    Improvements include a more responsive Finder, new look and features for Exposé.
    New core technologies unleash the power of today's advanced hardware technology and prepare Mac OS X for future innovation:
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    64-bit computing, multicore-optimization, OpenCL, QuickTime X, and more


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    Mac OS X v10.4.3 Tiger Family Pack [Old Version]

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    Fast Web browser with built-in RSS support; easy-access Dashboard
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    Plug in nearly any device, plug into any network; no configuration, no hassle
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    Apple Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard Server [10-Client License]

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    Add effects to video chats and make remote presentations
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  • Freeverse Software

    Heroes Of Might And Magic V - Mac

    Video Games (Freeverse Software)

    Rating (20 reviews):
    (2.5/5)
    Freeverse Software

    Resource hog but otherwise great game

    Disclosure: I'm a huge fan of all the Heroes of Might & Magic (HoMM) games going back to HoMM1, AND, I'm a huge fan of Macs, so much so that I don't use a Windows machine at home. For me, I *had* to buy this game simply to "vote with my dollars" and encourage future Mac HoMM development. But, I will try to put aside my biases and rate the game on its own merits.If you are unfamiliar with HoMM games, stop reading this review and *run* to buy HoMM2 and HoMM3 immediately for the Windows platform. (Why not get them for Mac? More on this later.) I won't get too involved in describing the games, as there are plenty of sites with great descriptions. HoMM games are turn-based strategy in a fantasy setting. The player manages heroes, armies, castles, resources, artifacts, spells, and quests, and competes with other human or AI players to conquer the map. As heroes gain experience, their primary stats improve, and they can learn specialty skills that help them in unique... 4/5 Rorke Haining (Seattle) - See all my reviews, August 28, 2007

    Lots of Fun, Just not Perfectly Tuned

    Heroes of Might and Magic V (HOMM5) is an amazing game. Its everything you would expect from a HOMM game and more, although the Mac version is somewhat lacking. Of primary concern is the fact that the game doesn't come with a Map Editor since the PC version of the game didn't have one either while the game was being ported to the Mac. It is still possible to use maps made by PC users that are posted online, but it would still be nice to be able to create/edit your own.Another large problem with the game is that it likes to crash. A lot. It doesn't matter what your computers specs are, the game is going to crash after prolonged periods of play. In my case it usually happens every two hours or so. Of course all you have to do is start up the game again and continue from the last autosave so you never really lose that much, but it is still definitely a hassle that makes the game somewhat less enjoyable.Ignoring the downsides, the game has an excellent... 4/5 J. Thummel - See all my reviews, May 25, 2007

    Great game but a little glitchy

    0 4/5 Dave P. "DJP" (Copake NY) - See all my reviews = Fun:, August 8, 2007
    List Price: $49.99
    Competitive, intense multiplayer - New options allow you to play simultaneously -- when it's not your turn
    Exclusive new Duel mode - Challenge your opponent in fierce battles where only the slyest shall prevail
    Live the adventure in a complete strategy experience - during 6 campaigns and over 30 missions, experience the finest blend of adventure, strategy, tactics, management and role play ever brewed
    Grasping storyline features special objectives, numerous side quests and plot twists -- in a user-friendly yet deep turn-based system
    New darker heroic fantasy universe - Discover a completely revamped and more mature universe that features 6 unique factions and over 80 different creatures


  • Aspyr Media

    Civilization IV The Complete Edition - Mac

    Video Games (Aspyr Media)

    Rating (24 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Aspyr Media

    Disc only needed for installation!

    0 5/5 Twich - See all my reviews = Fun:, April 28, 2012

    Still the best turn-based strategy game out there!

    Since Civilization IV was initially released in 2005 and the final expansion pack, Beyond the Sword, came out on the PC in 2007, I'm going to assume that most everyone reading this review knows what the game is about; but I will give a brief summary for anyone who is new to the game. The player of this historical strategy game takes control of a tribe from the year 4000 B.C. and steers that tribe through history all the way through to the near future. Along the way, the player has to deal with many of the things real nations have always dealt with: foreign affairs like the occasional barbarian incursion, a variety of wars, and diplomacy and espionage; domestic affairs need your attention as well. Things like growing your cities, managing monumental building projects, and directing the research efforts of the nation's academic community take up as much of your time as your military adventures will. Civ IV, as the game is often called, is a turn-based strategy game that starts simply... 5/5 Otto Minoggin - See all my reviews = Fun:, August 18, 2012

    Works on OS 10.8.2

    0 5/5 DHO (NOLA, United States) - See all my reviews = Fun:, October 27, 2012
    List Price: $19.99
    Multiple multiplayer options including the ability to compete with friends via the Internet, play by E-mail modes or compete locally via the Hotseat and LAN modes.
    Great People, Holy Cities, missionaries, variable game scales, new land, sea and air units, and loads of new civics.
    Innovative features in all four games including: Great People, Holy Cities, missionaries, variable game scales, new land, sea and air units, and loads of new civics.
    Includes four classic games: Sid Meier's Civilization IV, Civilization IV: Warlords expansion pack, Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword expansion pack and Sid Meier's Civilization IV Colonization.
    Civilization IV: The Complete Edition includes the original strategy classic, plus the two expansion packs and the standalone game Colonization in one box, for one incredible value.
    New scenarios to encounter in each adventure.
    Detailed environments where animals roam and smoke billows from small huts, set in a vibrant and colorful world.
    Classic turn-based Mac strategy gaming at its best.


  • DVG Aspyr

    Sid Meier's Civilization V: A Brave New World (Mac) [Online Game Code]

    Digital Video Games (DVG Aspyr)

    Rating (25 reviews):
    (3.6/5)
    DVG Aspyr

    Misunderstanding!

    0 5/5 parry duhart (SPRING LAKE, NC, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Sid Meier's Civilization V: A Brave New World (Mac) [Online Game Code] (Software Download) I ordered this DLC ready to play on the first day of release. I spent 2 hrs trying to install this DLC then decided to call AMAZON. The problem was my original game was bought from the Apple App store and DLC's from Steam are not compatible. The rep. was very helpful and informed me that this product states "for Steam only" in the product description. I'm gonna read descriptions carefully before any future purchases. Very frustrated at first but very happy now. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 9, 2013

    solid expansion

    0 5/5 S. Giudice (Boston, MA) - See all my reviews, August 21, 2013

    Good DLC update, works well on Mac

    Regarding the software itself:This version is only compatible with the Steam version of the main Civ 5 game, so you CANNOT use this with the version purchased in the App Store. My household uses both - which should you get? The App Store version runs smoother, but does not allow online play. If you want to battle friends online, you need Steam. This version runs well on my iMac, although the game experience isn't perfect. Playing a friend across the country, we usually experience a glitch once every 90 minutes or so. He's running the same version. None ruin the game, and usually just require a two minute reboot delay.Regarding the game:Brave New World seeks to overcome the tedium of late-stage Civilization games. Does it succeed? For the most part, yes. By making a culture race important later in the game, players will find more to do with post-industrial civs, and owning twice the cities of your opponents is no longer an assurance of victory. With... 4/5 Davey Williams "davey williams" (los angeles) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Sid Meier's Civilization V: A Brave New World (Mac) [Online Game Code] (Software Download) Regarding the software itself:This version is only compatible with the Steam version of the main Civ 5 game, so you CANNOT use this with the version purchased in the App Store. My household uses both - which should you get? The App Store version runs smoother, but does not allow online play. If you want to battle friends online, you need Steam. This version runs well on my iMac, although the game experience isn't perfect. Playing a friend across the country, we usually experience a glitch once every 90 minutes or so. He's running the same version. None ruin the game, and usually just require a two minute reboot delay.Regarding the game:Brave New World seeks to overcome the tedium of late-stage Civilization games. Does it succeed? For the most part, yes. By making a culture race important later in the game, players will find more to do with post-industrial civs, and owning twice the cities of your opponents is no longer an assurance of victory. With... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 13, 2014
    List Price: $29.99


  • MacSoft

    Age of Mythology

    Video Games (MacSoft)

    Rating (42 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    MacSoft

    That's real ancient Greek, people

    I must say, I am thoroughly impressed with Age of Mythology. Though it's certainly not revolutionary to the RTS genre (it plays very similarly to Age of Empires I & II), it is an addictive game that's accessible to amateurs but still rewarding to those that master it. What really stands out about it though, is how polished it is.Age of Mythology is all about the details. While Age of Empires I & II had very simlar looking units for their many "races", this game really gives the varying units a different look. There are only so many ways you can depict a 0.5 inch spearman on screen, but the developers have nevertheless defined each unit visually. It gets even more impressive with the plethora of colorful myth units. Who knew that a manticore and a chimera would look so very, very different?Perhaps even more impressive is the fact that at least the Greeks actually speak their ancient language (though the single player mode understandably narrates the... 4/5 J. E. WELKER (Houston, TX USA) - See all my reviews, June 19, 2004

    Excellent game

    0 5/5 Dr. Christopher Coleman (HONG KONG) - See all my reviews This review is from: Age of Mythology (Video Game) Please note: Amazon combines reviews for this basic game, the Titans expansion, the Collector's Edition, and the various operating systems all together. This review concerns only the Mac version. It specifically does NOT address the any of the Windows versions, which may indeed be spectacular. In fact, the Mac version might well be spectacular, but after spending time and money, I really can't say since it won't load correctly.I'd love to play Age of Mythology--it looks fantastic, and I'm an addict for Age of Empires. But after convincing my loved ones to shell out relatively big bucks for it, and opening it with great joy at Christmas, and installing it with wide-eyed anticipation, I was met not with centaurs and pyramids, but only heart-rending despair. Textures didn't load, so I got odd looking polygon characters and buildings in blue and white instead of Gods and Goddesses. Oddly enough, palm tress came out okay.Must be a faulty install, right? So I... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 26, 2007

    Age of Mythology for Mac Review

    Please note: Amazon combines reviews for this basic game, the Titans expansion, the Collector's Edition, and the various operating systems all together. This review concerns only the Mac version. It specifically does NOT address the any of the Windows versions, which may indeed be spectacular. In fact, the Mac version might well be spectacular, but after spending time and money, I really can't say since it won't load correctly.I'd love to play Age of Mythology--it looks fantastic, and I'm an addict for Age of Empires. But after convincing my loved ones to shell out relatively big bucks for it, and opening it with great joy at Christmas, and installing it with wide-eyed anticipation, I was met not with centaurs and pyramids, but only heart-rending despair. Textures didn't load, so I got odd looking polygon characters and buildings in blue and white instead of Gods and Goddesses. Oddly enough, palm tress came out okay.Must be a faulty install, right? So I... 5/5 0, December 30, 2003
    List Price: $19.99
    Revolutionary 3D engine provides a realistic, beautiful, and captivating world
    Transport back to a time of monsters, gods, and mortals in this real-time strategy game
    Gather resources, wage war, establish profitable trade routes, build new settlements, and more
    Guide 1 of 9 ancient civilizations to greatness by commanding all aspects of your empire
    Use mythological creatures or call upon the gods as you advance through 4 distinct ages


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    Adobe Creative Suite 4 Web Premium Upsell [Mac] [OLD VERSION]

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  • MacSoft

    Railroad Tycoon 3 (Mac)

    Video Games (MacSoft)
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    Players will haul over 35 different cargos between more than 150 different buildings, in a dynamic and fluctuating economy
    Manipulate the stock market to line your pockets with investor money - Margin buying, short selling, hostile takeovers and mergers are your tools for making a fortune
    Create your own railroad history, in over 25 different scenarios around the world
    Acquire and dominate new industries, to increase profits and expand your empire
    Pick from 40 different locomotives - from monstrous steam engine like the classic 4-6-6-4 Challenger to the ultra-modern EuroStar bullet train


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