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If you want to get up to speed fast, nothing beats an OS X Mavericks manual or Mavericks server training course

The Mac is so easy to use you don’t need a manual! Yeah, it’s not quite that easy and, if you want to get up to speed fast, nothing beats an OS X Mavericks manual or Mavericks server training course.

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OS X Mavericks Manuals

If you want to get up to speed fast, nothing beats an OS X Mavericks manual or Mavericks server training course

Fairer Platform previewed Mavericks manuals back in September and none were yet shipping. Now, all eight of those books are available, some immediately as Kindle books.

— OS X Mavericks Portable Genius ($19.99, Kindle) by Dwight Spivey
— OS X Mavericks For Dummies ($16.49, Kindle) by Bob LeVitus
— OS X Mavericks: The Missing Manual ($24.79, paperback) by David Pogue
— OS X Mavericks All-in-One For Dummies ($19.49, Kindle) by Mark Chambers
— OS X Mavericks: Peachpit Learning Series ($33.40, paperback) by Peachpit Press
— Teach Yourself VISUALLY Complete OS X Mavericks ($25.89, paperback) by Paul McFedries
— OS X Mavericks on Demand ($23.09, paperback) by Steve Johnson
— OS X Mavericks Pocket Guide ($17.99, paperback) by Jeff Carlson

Most of these OS X Mavericks manuals are Prime items, so second day air is free for the ink on paper versions. One expects more of these titles will be available in electronic formats, like Kindle and iBooks.

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