Any good OS X "trouble shooting" books?

Discussion in 'macOS' started by P90Xfit, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. P90Xfit macrumors regular

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    Since I have been a life time windows user, I kinda know what to do if something goes wrong. Since something ALWAYS goes wrong in one way or another with windows, I got pretty good with trouble shooting it.

    So, any good books to get my in to the "bell of the beast" of OSX? Maybe some good unix books?

    I just bought "The big Book of Apple Hacks: Tips & Tools for unlocking the power of your Apple devices"

    Any one here read it? Any good? Should I cancel the order?

    I'm going to take the Lynda.com online courses to get me up to speed on OSX but I'm afraid it's just for everyday use, no real digging in to the OS.
     
  2. P90Xfit thread starter macrumors regular

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    Also, should I mess with my new macbook pro's color? ANy good software or hardware I should get to get the best screen out of my mac?
     
  3. KingYaba macrumors 68040

    KingYaba

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    No need to buy a troubleshooting book. Just use Macrumors. Enter your search terms followed by a site:forums.macrumors.com into Google.

    For example,

    iwork or office site:forums.macrumors.com

    Do the same thing for color calibration on your Macbook Pro. ;)
     

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