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Take Control of Upgrading to Mavericks by Joe Kissell

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Configure Additional Features

Continuing with the theme of post-installation tasks from the previous chapter, there are a few additional things you may want to configure, if you haven’t already dealt with them in the version of Mac OS X you’re upgrading from. Because they are a bit time-consuming and aren’t urgent—you can certainly put them off for a few days or a week while you get to know Mavericks—I’ve set them apart here in their own chapter.

Set Up User Accounts

Because you’ve successfully booted under Mavericks, your Mac already has basic account settings in place. However, you may want to review your account configurations, and possibly enable guest access, if you didn’t already do so under Lion or Mountain Lion. In addition, this is ...

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