Condition: Very Good, both softcovers, large format, bindings are secure and sound, pages clean and unmarked; Disk is Untested for Dvorak's Inside Track; Using Utility Programs has crimping to bottom of the last few pages.
Categories: 1980's computers and computing, Computer Graphics, Computer Music, Computer Graphics, Databooks, Handbooks, Manuals, Apple, Hardware, Microcomputers, Programming and Programming Languages, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming
Item Description1) The Happy Mac, using utility programs -- Windcrest/McGraw-Hill, 1992 stated first edition; 210 pages, some illustrations; introduction to an unbeatable combination of top utility programs designed to help you recover lost data and files, protect data from trespassers, prevent viruses, and streamline everyday computer tasks with your Macintosh (From the rear cover)
2) Dvorak's Inside Track to the Mac -- covers all Apple Macintosh Models, 1991, McGraw-Hill; 729 pages, diagrams; 3.5 inch disk inside front cover. Information-packed book and disk package loaded with all the insights, tricks, and goodies that all Mac users - beginners to programmers - could ever want; Mac components, Operating systems focusing on System 7; Multimedia; Graphics; Desktop publishing; and much more; Disk includes the best of the BMUG shareware library.