Total Snow Leopard Superguide Now Available From Macworld ; Detailed Guide for Mac Users Demystifies Apple’s Latest OS With Expert Tips, Tricks and How-To’s
SAN FRANCISCO – November 4, 2009 – Macworld, the foremost authority on all things Apple, today released the Total Snow Leopard Superguide, the latest installment in its popular series of tutorial books. Developed by Macworld’s award-winning editorial team, Total Snow Leopard covers everything from installation and troubleshooting, to Safari secrets and Terminal tricks, helping users get the most out of Apple’s newest operating system, also known as Mac OS X 10.6, on their iMac, Macbook, Macbook Pro or Macbook Air.
“Snow Leopard boosts speeds, reclaims disk space, tweaks dozens of features and lays the groundwork for a new generation of powerful computers,” said Macworld Editorial Director Jason Snell. “In Total Snow Leopard, you’ll find a collection of the best information about Mac OS X—not just the new features and tweaks that arrived with Snow Leopard, but also the hundreds of features Apple has added to the operating system in the past few years.”
Now on sale exclusively at http://www.macworld.com/superguide[http://www.macworld.com/superguide], the Total Snow Leopard Supergiuide is available for purchase in three convenient formats:
* A 10 MB PDF file for $12.95, allowing customers immediate access to all 104 pages of content;
* A full-size, full-color printed book for $24.99, including shipping and handling;
* A CD-ROM of the complete PDF version for $12.95, including shipping and handling.
Total Snow Leopard is the 18th installment in Macworld’s Superguide series, which has sold over 85,000 copies to date. It will be followed by Mac Basics, Snow Leopard Edition, in early December as a perfect holiday gift companion for a new Mac. Coming in early January is Mac OS X Hints, Snow Leopard Edition, a compilation of tips and tricks from MacOSXHints.com for the more advanced user.
Mac Publishing, LLC, a subsidiary of International Data Group (IDG), publishes the world's leading independent Macintosh magazine and Web sites. Macworld is one of ASBPE's Top 10 B2B Web Sites of 2008, and winner of the 2007 Jesse H. Neal Award for Best Online Article or Series. Macworld reaches an average issue audience of nearly 1.5 million Macintosh professionals and enthusiasts (IntelliQuest Consumer Study Spring 2008) while Macworld garners an average of over 3.5 million monthly unique visitors and averages nearly 15 million monthly page views (HBX 12 month average ending January 2009).
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