Mac OS X includes three applications and an online service for accessing the Internet:
Mail is an e-mail client application. It lets you exchange e-mail messages, create to-do lists, and subscribe to RSS feeds.
iChat is a chat client application. It enables you to exchange instant messages and conduct audio or video conferences with .Mac, AIM, Google Talk, and Jabber users.
Safari is a Web browser application. It enables you to browse Web sites, download files from FTP sites, and subscribe to RSS feeds.
.Mac is a service offered by Apple, Inc. It includes three features that integrate with Mac OS X: Sync, iDisk, and Back to My Mac.
This section provides brief instructions for using these tools—just ...