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Mac OS X Tiger

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  1. About this Wikibook 100% developed
    The scope and motivation behind this Wikibook.
  2. Using this Wikibook 100% developed
    Quick guide on how to use and participate in this book elaboration.
  3. Introduction 100% developed
    Introduction to the OS X Tiger.
  4. The Desktop 100% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    A gentle first lesson in using your Mac.
  5. A Quick Look Under the Hood 25% developed
    A simple view of what is lurking beneath the UI.
  6. The Mac Interface 100% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    A follow-up to the first chapter that finishes explaining the Mac Interface.
  7. Using the Finder 75% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    An introduction to browsing files on your Mac using the Finder.
  8. Advanced Finder Tricks 25% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    An advanced chapter that helps you get the most out of the Finder.
  9. Meet the Applications 25% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    A complete look at all of the applications included with Tiger.
  10. Utilities 0% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    Instructions for using the various Utilities included with Mac OS X.
  11. System Preferences 25% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    Learn how to adjust your Mac's settings to your liking.
  12. User Accounts 0% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    Learn about accounts and understand the Mac OS X account system.
  13. Networking your Mac 0% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    A guide to connecting your Mac to other Macs, PCs, and the Internet.
  14. Using your Mac as a Web Server 75% developed
    Guide to using Mac OS X as a web server.
  15. Printing, Faxing, and Scanning 0% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    Connect a printer and scanner to your Mac and learn how to send faxes.
  16. Handwriting and Speech 0% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    Teach your Mac how to recognize your voice and your writing.
  17. Installing Tiger 75% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    Learn how to upgrade an older version of Mac OS X to Tiger.
  18. Advanced Concepts
    Insight into the UNIX background and inner workings of Mac OS
  19. Appendices
  20. Glossary 0% developed  as of Aug 1, 2006
    Find a term you don't know? You might find it in the glossary.
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