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In this course, Macworld senior editor Christopher Breen provides a comprehensive overview of Mac OS X Lion, complete with insider tips for getting the most out of the operating system. The course shows how to configure system preferences, personalize the interface, and master gestures, as well as achieve fluency with applications such as Mail, iCal, and Preview. The course also includes tutorials on browsing the web with Safari, automating complex tasks with Automator, sharing over a network, and performing maintenance operations using the disk utility, along with timesaving techniques for using the Mac efficiently.
Hi! I am Chris Breen and I am here to welcome you to Mac OS X Lion Essential Training. My goal in this course is to help you understand the operating system and the bundled applications that make a Mac a Mac. We will start by customizing the interface, so that it's both an efficient work environment and nice to look at. I will provide insight into putting Lion's touch gestures to good use. I will help you make Safari the most effective web browser you've ever used. We will walk through the essential bundle of applications, organizing e-mail messages with Mail, managing contacts with Address Book, and scheduling your busy life with iCal.
And I will take you on a tour of Lions' most important settings, allowing you to completely configure your Mac. I am excited to show you what Apple's new operative system can do. Let's get started with Mac OS X Lion Essential Training.
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