Penryn, UK (PRWEB) April 22, 2005
IT-Enquirer.com, the online magazine for Mac users and publishers in all industries, today announced the availability of the Tiger Migration Guide on the 29th of April. The Tiger MIgration Guide is an electronic booklet in PDF format which is to make the transition from pre-Tiger systems to Tiger a painless event.
Tiger is AppleÂs code name for its next version (10.4) of the Mac OS X operating system that runs on Power Mac computers. Tiger represents the biggest change in the Mac OS X system since it was first introduced a few years ago.
ÂWith well over 200 changed and new applications, people who want to get started quickly will need a handy guide focusing on what is going to work different in Tiger from previous Mac OS X versions,Â said Erik Vlietinck, publisher of IT-Enquirer.com and author of the booklet. ÂThatÂs why we decided to publish a guide which covers how the new features, improvements and applications work.Â
The Tiger Migration Guide will be distributed as a freely downloadable file on IT-Enquirer.com which is suitable for screen-reading.
People who like the Tiger Migration Guide are required to pay a small fee. In return, they will be provided with a link allowing them to download a fully printable copy. Those who pay will also receive a bonus chapter containing all the new and changed shortcuts in Tiger.
The Tiger Migration Guide will be available for download on April 29 from http://www.it-enquirer.com/tiger_guide/ and costs 5 USD / 4 Euros.
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About the author
Erik Vlietinck is a Belgian dr. of Law who has over 8 years of experience writing for European IT-magazines, such as Belgian Datanews and EOS Magazine, Dutch Publish, Computable, Windows 2000 Magazine and Wireless Computing Magazine, and British IT Week, New Media Age, and PC Advisor. In 1998 he published his first IT-related publication, Knowledge Manager, a web magazine on knowledge management. In 2000, Erik started IT-Enquirer. Erik has a lot of expertise in the area of search engine technology, document management, document publishing, web design and development, collaboration and workflow. He is an entusiastic Mac user since 8 years.
Erik Vlietinck, Publisher IT-Enquirer.com, +44 280 816 8082, firstname.lastname@example.org