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© December 2007 Anthony Lawrence

Mac OS X Leopard Pocket Guide

I wanted to like this, I really did. It's just.. well, it's just that there's almost nothing here that you wouldn't find in the stuff packed with your Apple computer.

A reviewer at Amazon suggests that this might be good for new users and Windows switchers - I'm not convinced it has any value for them, either. Nor is it particularly valuable as a "remind me how I do.." book.

Darn. I don't like negative reviews, but this isn't worth even buying to give to someone new to Macs. O'Reilly seldom flops, but they did this time.

Tony Lawrence 2007-12-11 Rating: 1.5

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