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This hands-on, step-by-step guide leads readers through the most frequently asked real-world questions about the iMac-whether on setting up the machine, learning the basics of the operating system, using its applications, or getting on the Internet. The book also instructs the reader on e-mail, iMovie, iDVD, iTunes, iPhoto, as well as many other software basics. This edition of the book has been thoroughly rewritten and updated so that it assumes the reader is using a new flat-panel iMac, with Mac OS X installed.
Gene Steinberg first used a Mac in 1984 and never looked back. He writes both non-fiction and fiction, he's a computer software and systems consultant, and he is the author of the popular Mac Reality Check column for the Arizona Republic's Arizona Central Computing page. Steinberg has also written feature articles and product reviews for such magazines as MacHome, MacAddict, MacUser, and Macworld, and he presents strange and unusual computing tips on Craig Crossman's Computer America radio show, which reaches 17 million listeners worldwide.