Mac Basics in easy steps covers all the essentials a novice needs to know, from getting started to security issues. Areas covered include:
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• Dealing with Documents
• Mastering email
• Browsing the web
• Calendars & Contacts
• Photos & Videos on the Mac
• The world of iTunes
• Networking using the Mac
• Video chat using the Mac
• Personalising your Mac
This handy guide even shows how to move over from a PC - in easy steps - with minimum hassle.
Covers OS X Yosemite.
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Introduction to Mac,
Mac OS X Installation,
Features of Mac OS X,
Basics of Mac OS X,
Troubleshooting of Mac OS X,
Security of Mac OS X,
Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac OS X,
OS X Mavericks Power to the Desktop,
Ten New Things about OS X Mavericks,
Advanced Technologies of OS X Mavericks.
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Snow Leopard has a few new tricks up its sleeve, so whether you're new to Mac or a longtime Mac-thusiast, Mac expert Bob LeVitus has tips you'll appreciate. Learn how to start up your Mac, get to know the Dock and Finder, work your way through windows and dialogs, and organize and manage files and folders.
Open the book and find:
How to navigate around the Finder, Dock, and desktop
Tips for opening, closing, resizing, and moving windows
Steps for keeping Snow Leopard organized
How to back up your system with Time Machine®
Head into the wilds of Sierra with confidence with the detailed "What's New in Sierra" list found this this Crash Course. You'll also learn about big new Sierra features like Siri, app tabs, Desktop and Documents folder syncing, Universal Clipboard, and Apple Pay in Safari. Particularly important is the book's discussion of Optimized Storage, which can save a lot of space on a Mac with a small drive, but should be enabled only when you understand its implications.
Our favorite chapter is "Discover the Little Things in Sierra," which explains keeping folders on top of file listings, new text shortcut features, link and video previews in Messages, Picture in Picture, and the somewhat involved steps for setting up Auto Unlock with an Apple Watch. Also, don't miss Scholle's troubleshooting advice, which covers a wide range of misbehavior, from a frozen app to a frozen Mac.
You'll also benefit from the book's coverage of core Mac topics. Thanks to a magazine-like layout with lots of steps, lists, and screenshots, you can find just the info you need, whether it involves understanding iCloud Drive, managing your menu bar effectively, configuring Notification Center to be useful, getting the most out of your Finder window's sidebar, dealing with the Dock, pinning tabs in Safari, or any of a myriad of other helpful subjects.
Whether you want to browse for a few tips or go deep, you'll learn about...The hidden trick to getting your Mac to respond to "Hey, Siri!"All the things Siri can do for you on the MacImproving your writing with Sierra's new text shortcutsHow to watch a video--even from YouTube!--while you pretend to get work doneThe steps necessary to set your Apple Watch up to unlock your Mac automaticallyUsing Apple Pay with an iPhone--while shopping online in Safari on your MacHow to sort folders on top of files in Finder windows... Or not.The best ways to work with Sierra's new tabs in apps beyond Safari and the FinderUsing Handoff to move a task from your Mac to your iPhone, or vice-versaMoving data between your Apple devices with Universal ClipboardUnderstanding where your Desktop and Documents folders go when syncedHow you access synced Desktop and Documents folders from other devices and older MacsHow to set up Finder window sidebar favorites, and where to find those same favorites in a Save dialogWhat to do if your Mac won't turn on, if you get the spinning beachball of death, or if you need to repair your disk--and how to easily find out if your Mac still has AppleCareAnd much more!
Updated and revised for the latest OS X release from Apple, OS X Yosemite For Dummies gives you fun, easy-to-understand coverage of the key features and tools needed to get the most out OS X. Inside, you'll get up and running on OS X basics; customizing your workspace; working with the Dock; finding files with Spotlight; working with Mission Control and Launchpad; organizing your life with Calendar, Reminders, Notes, and Notifications; browsing the web with Safari; setting up, sending, and receiving e-mail; communicating through Messages; enjoying music, movies, and digital photos; writing documents with TextEdit; getting where you're going with Maps; and much more.
Combining the power and stability of UNIX with Apple's legendary elegance and style, OS X is the default operating system installed on every desktop and laptop computer sold by Apple. OS X Yosemite For Dummies clearly explains the ins and outs of Apple's operating system in the straightforward but fun language that has defined the For Dummies series for more than twenty years.Richly illustrated in full color and updated to reflect the latest version of OS X Covers the key features and tools readers need to start using OS X Shows you how to use OS X to make your work and personal life more organized and fun
If you're a first-time Apple consumer just switching over from a PC, or a beginner-to-intermediate Mac user upgrading to the newest version of OS X, this comprehensive and all-encompassing guide will have you whizzing around OS X like a pro in no time.
Mac Tips, Tricks & Shortcuts easy steps is packed with over 800 useful tips, smart tricks and time-saving shortcuts – all in the familiar In Easy Steps style.
• Customize the Finder to suit you
• Time-saving keyboard shortcuts
• Printing tricks to save time
• Access your office Mac remotely from home
• Optimize images for print, web or multimedia
• Personalize your Mac to look how you like it
• Keep your Mac safe and secure
• Manage your fonts, files, backups and hard drive to keep your Mac working at peak performance!
Mac Tips, Tricks & Shortcuts in easy steps even covers Unix commands, using Windows on your Mac, troubleshooting and other tricks to help you become a Mac Pro! Suitable for those new to the Mac as well as the more advanced user.