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OS X Yosemite is Apple's newest operating system for Mac. An elegant design that feels entirely fresh, yet inherently familiar. The apps you use every day, enhanced with new features.

And a completely new relationship between your Mac and iOS devices. OS X Yosemite will change how you see your Mac. And what you can do with it. Redesigned interface.

With OS X Yosemite, we set out to elevate the experience of using a Mac. To do that, we looked at the entire system and refined it app by app.

Feature by feature. Pixel by pixel.

OS X Yosemite is Apple's newest operating system for Mac. An elegant design that feels entirely fresh, yet inherently familiar. The apps you use every day, enhanced with new features. And a completely new relationship between your Mac and iOS devices. OS X Yosemite will change how you see your Mac.

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To see the books that kindle app for mac. Where does Kindle for Mac. If you want to setup Kindle on your Mac first you need to download kindle app for mac. A disc Manual kindle OS X Yosemite. Mac OS X Yosemite. One of the advantages of ebooks is that you can download by David Pogue OS X Yosemite. Nov 25, 2014  When I saw that Kindle didn't work after I installed Yosemite I just figure I would use my iPad to download my Kindle. Download Kindle for Mac free. Age Of Empires Free Download Mac. The Kindle app lets you read eBooks and e-textbooks on your PC and Mac. Won't run on OS X Yosemite Beta 7 or earlier.

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And a completely new relationship between your Mac and iOS devices. OS X Yosemite will change how you see your Mac. And what you can do with it. Redesigned interface. With OS X Yosemite, we set out to elevate the experience of using a Mac. To do that, we looked at the entire system and refined it app by app.

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The result is that your Mac has a fresh new look, with all the power and simplicity you know and love. Powerful built-in apps.

One of the best things about a Mac is that it comes loaded with state-of-the-art, beautifully designed apps you’ll love to use every day. In OS X Yosemite, those apps give you new ways to do some of the things you do most. The apps you use to surf the web, read your mail, send messages, and organize files have a simpler, more elegant look, and we’ve enhanced them with great new features. Use a Mac or an iOS device, and you can do incredible things. Use them together, and you can do so much more. Because now with OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, all your devices work together even more harmoniously.

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The Kindle app stores files, but only downloads them for Amazon-purchased content that you have opened in the Kindle app on that computer. The AZW files are saved in ~/Documents/My Kindle Content.

Their names are random-looking (like B0043M4ZH0_EBOK), so it takes a little work to figure out which file corresponds to which book. Here's how you do that: Open the book of interest on Amazon.com (make sure you're looking at the Kindle edition). It's URL will be something like this: but all you're interested in is the code after /dp/. In this case, it's B0043M4ZH0.

So, you know that the AZW file with the name B0043M4ZH0_EBOK is The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. You can find (and change) the location of your books in the general preferences. Simply choose Preferences from the Kindle menu. In the General tab, you can find an entry Content Folder and a button to change it. This works at least on a fresh installation of Kindle from the App Store, running Mountain Lion.

Addition: Worth saying that if you change it that it will automatically move everything from the existing location to the new location so you don't have to worry about it losing track of your books.