In a two-part series on the MacDev section of the O’Reilly Network, Managing Editor Derrick Story describes how users can migrate to Mac OS X without descending into “computing hell.”
“You can’t afford to go off and have some wild operating system fling just for the fun of it,” he said. “If you’re going to upgrade, then it has to work.”
Story includes step-by-step instructions, plus complete recommendations for hardware. Part one and part two are available for your perusal now, Ellen Maremont Silver, marketing communications manager for the O’Reilly Network, told MacCentral.
“Mac OS X appeals to laptop users because of its networking flexibility and fast start from sleep,” Story said. “And as good as Mac OS X is on a desktop Mac, it’s even better on a PowerBook or iBook because of its advantages in wireless environments.”