OS X Support Essentials 10.10

OS X Support Essentials 10.10

By Kevin M. White & Gordon Davisson

  • Release Date : 2015-01-16
  • Genre : Operating Systems
  • FIle Size : 110.88 MB
Score: 3.5
From 6 Ratings


OS X Support Essentials 10.10 This is the official curriculum of the Apple Yosemite 101: OS X Support Essentials 10.10 course and preparation for Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) 10.10 certification–as well as a top-notch primer for anyone who needs to support, troubleshoot, or optimize OS X Yosemite. This guide provides comprehensive coverage of Yosemite and is part of the Apple Pro Training series–the only Apple-certified books the market. Designed for support technicians, help desk specialists, and ardent Mac users, this guide takes you deep inside the Yosemite operating system. Readers will find in-depth, step-by-step instruction on everything from installing and configuring Yosemite to managing networks and system administration. Whether you run a computer lab or an IT department, you’ll learn to set up users, configure system preferences, manage security and permissions, use diagnostic and repair tools, troubleshoot peripheral devices, and more–all on your way to preparing for the industry-standard ACSP certification.

Covers updated system utilities and new features of OS X Yosemite.Features authoritative explanations of underlying technologies, troubleshooting, system administration, and much more.Focused lessons take you step by step through practical, real-world tasks.Lesson files and bonus material available for download–including lesson review questions summarizing what you’ve learned to prepare you for the Apple certification exam.


  • The table of contents is painful to use

    By Jonukas
    What really makes this book a pain to use is that the table of contents is flat. It’s just one big long list of each chapter, topic, and subtopic. Other books have ToC that are collapsible, making it easier to browse and navigate, but not the official book for Apple certifications?! I spent the extra money for the iBooks version, but not next time.
  • apple stuff are expensive. Who the hel they think they are.

    By Eng-Chinese
  • Cheaper on Kindle

    By GracesBabe
    If Amazon can sell it for $37.49, why can't the iBooks store? Way overpriced, especially for those of us who purchase for each OS release. I'd much rather use iBooks, but at this price I'll make due just fine with my iPad's Kindle app.