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Switching to a Mac For Dummies

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Switching to a Mac For Dummies, 9780470466612 (0470466618), For Dummies, 2009

Maybe you love your iPhone or iPod and are curious about other Apple products. Maybe you’ve had one virus scare too many and are fed up with Windows. Maybe the daunting prospect of upgrading to Windows 7 has made you open to other possibilities. Maybe you’re a Mac fan who wants to show a friend how easy and productive Macs can be. Wherever you’re coming from, I hope you find that this book meets your needs.

Apple Incorporated, of Cupertino, California, is over 30 years old, and few brands in the history of business generate such fierce customer loyalty as Apple and its Macintosh line of personal computers. That loyalty runs both ways. Apple knows that the people who decide to buy its products are, for the most part, the ones who have to use them. Offering systems that satisfy and even delight its users is a matter of survival for Apple.

Many virtues of the Macintosh are a matter of taste: its easy-to-use graphical interface, its elegant industrial design, and its integrated suite of software. But one virtue is a simple matter of fact: In recent years, when Windows users endured wave after wave of computer viruses, worms, spyware, and other types of evil software, Mac users were essentially immune. ’Nuff said.

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