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Mac OS X is famously user-friendly and largely trouble-free, but issues can still crop up now and then. That's why John Soldo has prepared a set of quick tips for troubleshooting common OS X problems. He'll cover issues that can occur during startup and when trying to connect to networks, and explain what to do when it seems like your Mac is completely bogged down. These quick and easy tips will have you back to loving your Mac, maybe even more than ever.
Hi, I'm John Soldo and welcome to Up and Running with Mac OS X Troubleshooting. In this course, we'll look at the tools we have to identify and resolve the various issues that arise in the Mac OS X environment. I'll start by showing you how to use startup commands to resolve issues even before logging in to the machine. Then we'll go over networking problems using the various features of the System Preferences. We'll also look over general issues such as slowing and permissions problems and what we can do to fix them.
We'll be covering all these plus plenty of other tools and techniques. So without further ado, let's get started with Up and Running with Mac OS X Troubleshooting
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