Mac Speed and Troubleshooting Tips from TidBits

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Mac Speed and Troubleshooting Tips from TidBits

Post by Stephen Hart » Fri May 27, 2011 8:49 am

Has your Mac lost its zip? Do you wish you could squeeze extra life out of an older but still functional Mac rather than investing in the latest model? Or perhaps you're a power user looking for the ultimate high-end Mac configuration? No matter what your motivation, if you wish your Mac ran faster overall or if you ever suffer from frustrating slowdowns, you can now take control of the situation with our latest ebook - "Take Control of Speeding Up Your Mac," by Joe Kissell. Frankly, this may be the most useful book we've ever published.
But wait! To steal a line from Steve Jobs, there's one more thing!

We've also just released the second edition of Joe's "Take Control of Troubleshooting Your Mac." This 110-page ebook teaches you 17 basic troubleshooting procedures and how to solve 15 common problems, along with an easy-to-follow way to troubleshoot novel problems. Whether your Mac fails to boot, stops being able to print, loses its Internet connection, or won't cooperate in some unusual way, "Take Control of Troubleshooting Your Mac, Second Edition" has the helpful advice you need to get back on track.

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Re: Mac Speed and Troubleshooting Tips from TidBits

Post by JerryFreilich » Sat May 28, 2011 7:29 am

So have you checked these out, Stephen? And do we have a recommendation?

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Re: Mac Speed and Troubleshooting Tips from TidBits

Post by Stephen Hart » Sat May 28, 2011 7:45 am

JerryFreilich wrote:So have you checked these out, Stephen? And do we have a recommendation?
No, I haven't. TidBits e-books are pretty cheap, though. And I think there's a small SMUG discount.
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