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LONDON, ANTWERP, AMSTERDAM - October 25, 2001 - IT-Enquirer <>, the first and only copyright-free content provider on the Web, announces the release of the first chapters of the new free manual covering Apple's next-generation, Unix-based operating system, Mac OS X 10.1. The first version of the manual was met with acclaim by several Mac user groups all over the world.

Mac OS X 10.1 is Apple's first working release of its next-generation operating system. It's an entirely new system that is much more powerful than previous Mac OS versions but it requires a manual. IT-Enquirer is now publishing the first chapters of its second manual for Mac OS X, covering all the new aspects of the 10.1 release.

Mac OS X 10.1 has many changed features and improvements when compared to the first release. Books covering Mac OS X are all over 3 months old, and are covering Mac OS X 10.0 which differs from Mac OS X 10.1 considerably. Available books also cost money. The instructor on IT-Enquirer is free and can be downloaded in PDF-format. It contains all the changes and improvements of Mac OS X 10.1 over 10.0.4 and is as complete as manuals come.

The previous Mac OS X instructor that was a free download on IT-Enquirer was voted 'best instructor' by a number of Mac user groups. The new instructor is not yet complete, but to help people get started quickly with their new system, IT-Enquirer's publisher has decided to release the book chapter by chapter. Currently, the introduction and the Best Practices Installation procedure is ready for download in PDF format or for reading in HTML format online.

The Mac OS X 10.1 instructor will remain free of charge. The PDF file is formatted in such a way that it is easy to read. People can thus use it on-screen or print the entire book and use it as a proper manual. IT-Enquirer has also planned to add chapters to the manual so it will cover everything that comes on the Mac OS X 10.1 and later CD-rom.

IT-Enquirer is updated weekly. Editorial can be read on-line and people who are interested in reading off-line or editing the original texts can download the article freely. Those who register will be able to join technical and marketing oriented forums, and conduct interviews with specialists in the field.

About IT-Enquirer and its publisher, Erik Vlietinck, Ll.D.

Erik Vlietinck is a Belgian and a dr. of Law, currently dividing his time between Belgium, Holland and the UK. He has been writing about information technology as a freelance for over 6 years now. He has built an expertise in a limited number of technologies, which he covers on IT-Enquirer and KM-Informer.

IT-Enquirer is there to help others in this line of business to get their work done more efficiently and within shorter time periods. Background articles and technical briefs often require much research which--even with the Internet as a help--take a lot of time and effort. IT-Enquirer aims at helping journalists, editors and IT-managers take off more rapidly, resulting in faster turnaround. It is especially helpful for freelances.

Both IT-Enquirer and KM-Informer are also valuable knowledge bases for IT-managers and -directors who wish to assimilate information on technology in an easily digested form.

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