By Scott Knaster
This severe, yet enjoyable, down-and-dirty booklet permit you to make Tiger purr, making sure that your Mac?s visual appeal, velocity, usability, and safety settings are what you will want. writer Scott Knaster:
- exhibits you the way to hurry it up, lock it down, or pull again the curtains.
- Dives into default process settings, unlocks hidden gem stones, and comprises unique Mac OS X courses with complete resource listings and factors.
- indicates heavyweight hackers the tips and modes of OS X booting, tweaks for login displays, and the way to customise or perhaps kill the Dock.
- bargains the interior scoop on Dashboard and highlight, together with pattern widgets and one highlight importer, all with absolutely annotated resource listings.
- Demonstrates how one can set up and use Unix and X11 purposes, benefit from command line instruments, and create process prone and lively Dock badges.
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