The last few years have seen some dramatic changes at Apple. Apple has built an entirely new business around the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch—devices that run iOS. The wild success of those devices has driven more people into the arms of the Mac for the very first time than ever before.
Combine the influx of new Mac users with the popularity of the iPhone and iPad, and you get Lion and Mountain Lion. Mountain Lion makes amends, smoothing out Lion’s rough edges while unabashedly taking another step toward unifying the core concepts of iOS and Mac OS. Beloved features like the "Save As" command have made a reappearance, while apps previously only available on iOS are debuting on the Mac.
Whether you’re a relatively new Mac user or someone who remembers the days before there were three colored buttons in the upper left corner of every Mac window, Mountain Lion has something new for you. In this book, we’ve assembled in-depth looks at all of Mountain Lion’s new features and adjustments, and demonstrated how you can use them to their fullest.
There’s never been a better time to be a Mac user. And with Total Mountain Lion to help you get acquainted with the Mac’s latest and greatest features, you’ll be on the fast track to more fun and greater productivity.