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Get a quick look at the two highly anticipated features in the iOS 8.1 update: Apple Pay, which gives iOS users a new way to make purchases, and Instant Hotspot, for one-click Internet sharing with an iPhone.
Take an in-depth exploration of Yosemite, Apple's new Mac operating system.
Get more done with Windows 8.1. Learn time-saving techniques and keyboard shortcuts for finding files, managing your display, optimizing system performance, and much more.
Get up and running with Chrome OS, the operating system that runs on Google Chromebooks and Chromeboxes.
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Choose the best upgrade method and securely migrate your files, applications, and user settings from Windows XP to Windows 8.
After exploring the Windows 8 interface and preinstalled applications, learn how to add or remove applications, send and receive email, browse the web, view and share photos, play music and movies, and much more.
Provides a comprehensive overview of Mac OS X Mountain Lion, complete with insider tips for getting the most out of the operating system.
Shows you all the essential features you'll need to jump-start Windows 8—whether you work with it closely at the office or use it casually at home.
Shows you how to take advantage of all the power that Mountain Lion puts at your fingertips.
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Become acquainted with the release of the Windows 8 operating system in this short introduction by author David Rivers.
Walks through the process of transferring files, saving settings, and determining the best data migration option for any system.
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