Sunday, December 16, 2012

Book Review: OS X Mountain Lion Pocket Guide


This is the best book out there for the intermediate Mac user who wants to know “What can Mountain Lion do for me?” Beginners need not apply here and this isn’t a how-to book. It’s a list of the more technical functions and implementations and in particular what’s new in Mountain Lion. No fluff here, it’s all good.
This is the type of book every help desk should have handy for a quick reference to common questions of end users. The table of contents and index lets you quickly find the function you need and typical of the pocket series: an appendix with useful keyboard shortcuts.
A short review for a book short on pages but long on information
Pros: includes just the essentials
Cons: not for novices
Five out of Five Dogcows