Moving On...

Moving On

Now that you've gotten some good tips on making network connections, it's time to take advantage of them. The most common uses for network connections are Internet use, file sharing/access, remote access and control, and printing. I covered Internet use a bit in this chapter, and in the online supplement to the book on the iApps and Mail. In the next few chapters I'll show you how to share files with others and access files on other computers; how to control your Mac remotely and how to take advantage of Mac OS X's impressive printing features.



 
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