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Mac OS 10 101: Core Snow Leopard - 01. Introduction

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Published on Jul 5, 2012

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Mac OS 10 101: Core Snow Leopard by Francesco Schiavon
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At the centre of every Apple computer sits the operating system that makes it possible to use these amazing machines. If you don't know how to get the most out of Mac OS 10, you are not using your computer to it's full potential.

In this 4-hour tutorial by Star macProVideo.com trainer Francesco Schiavon, you'll learn essential skills that every mac user should know. If you've just switched to the Mac and are looking for a quick way to learn your new machine, or even if you're a long time Mac user that wants to delve deeper into the secrets of Mac OS, this tutorial is for you!

This tutorial starts by showing you how to work with files and applications on your computer. You'll learn how to work with finder windows to find and organize files, efficiently use the dock and application switcher to manage your apps, and how to use spotlight to sort through the massive amounts of files on your computer.

Once you've mastered file management, you'll move on to learn how to install software, deal with hung applications, use the dashboard and widgets, backup you files with Time Machine, and even burn CDS and DVDs directly from within Mac OS X.

There's a lot to learn in this title, but you don't need to watch the entire show. Use the detailed menus and keyword search fictions to quickly find items of interest. For a full list of this title's topics, see the table of contents.
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