The iMac Book

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'The iMac Book for the  Apple Macintosh iMac

From the blurb:  is the complete technology and cyberculture resource on Apple's new iMac for beginning computer users.  You will learn how the Mac Operating System works, as well as your option to run more than 30 other operating systems on your iMac, including Windows 95/98.  Additionally, you will discover how to troubleshoot problems, choose upgrade paths, add peripherals, and increase your computer memory by yourself.

This book is written for:

  • First time personal computer buyers
  • Computer users who have migrated from Windows-based PCs to the Mac platform
  • Previous Mac users who are migrating to the PowerPC platform.





Publisher : Coriolis, 1999

Author : Don Rittner

Format : Hardback, 374 pages.

-Don Rittner-




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