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1. Snack sized chapters for easy learning.
This eBook provides a quick summary of essential concepts in iMac via easy to grasp snack sized chapters:
Introduction to Mac,
Mac OS X Installation,
Features of Mac OS X,
Basics of Mac OS X,
Troubleshooting of Mac OS X,
Security of Mac OS X,
Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac OS X,
OS X Mavericks Power to the Desktop,
Ten New Things about OS X Mavericks,
Advanced Technologies of OS X Mavericks.
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