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Good reference book for OSX (non-obvious tips/tricks) [closed]

Good reference book for OSX (non-obvious tips/tricks) [closed]

What are some good reference books for learning the subtleties of OSX? I found it fairly easy to pick up, but some things are kinda weird (like switching the default web browser, I had to get my friend who's a Mac expert to guide me through it).

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Guest [Entry]

"I really like Mac OS X: The Missing Manual by David Pogue.

I also have a copy of the Mac OS X Hacks book that Jonik suggests and can recommend it as well."
Guest [Entry]

"I would suggest the books that Apple uses as part of it's certification program: Apple Link . If you really want to know all the ins and outs these will give them to you. Plus when your done you'll be super prepared to go take the certification tests.

For general OS X stuff I'd recommend the Support Essentials:"
Guest [Entry]

Don't miss Rui Carmo's fabulous guide on How to Switch to the Mac.