Introducing Macworld's Total Mountain Lion Superguide
At Macworld, we strive to provide our readers with the very best OS X coverage—and as quickly as possible. On Wednesday, Apple released Mountain Lion, its newest Mac OS, and we’ve put together a book that walks you through the latest big cat out of Cupertino. A book that’s available immediately, right alongside the new OS. So let us present our new Total Mountain Lion Superguide, now available on the iBookstore, Amazon Kindle store, Nook Bookstore, and as a PDF/ePub/MOBI bundle for you to read anywhere you like.
Whether you’re relatively new to the Mac 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.
We’ve taken the time to write up many of these new features on our website, where they’ll run over the next few days. But for those who’d rather have all our online information—and more—in one beautifully-constructed package with screenshots optimized for every iOS device including the Retina display iPad, we’ve created our Total Mountain Lion Superguide.
Total Mountain Lion covers every inch of Apple’s new operating system: We provide an overview of the over 200 features packed into OS X 10.8, then dive into what you need for a basic installation. From there, we offer in-depth descriptions of systemwide operations like Notification Center and Game Center, detail what to expect from new apps and revised ones alike, and explain Apple’s security changes in plain English.
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.
If you want to have a format for every occasion, check out our $7.99 bundle, which includes the book in PDF, iBooks, and Kindle formats.
Want a peek inside? You can download a free PDF preview of the book from our website.
We hope you enjoy our Total Mountain Lion Superguide. If you’re looking for more help with OS X, iOS, and all things Apple, make sure to check out our other Superguides, including our Mac Gems Superguide, iPhone Photography Superguide, iPad Superguide, and iPhone 4S Superguide.