Configuring basic personal preferences


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Configuring basic personal preferences

It's time to delve into System Preferences. Specifically, those for configuring the look and feel of the Mac's interface, and we're going to start with the General System Preference. So you have various options that you can configure in the General Systems Preference to change the look of the Mac's interface. So you can change the color of the buttons in the menus. You have blue or graphite as choices. You can change the highlight color. So, for example, currently, if I want to change its Name, it's a light blue, but I can change it to a different color if I like.

We'll leave it as the blue. You can change the size of the side bar icons, much bigger now, and very tiny. And medium, and I'll leave it at medium. Then there are scroll bars. Let's pull up a window. Let's pull up one that actually has scroll bars. Now, as you can see, just like in Lion, you have these grayish scroll bars here to the side.

This is much different than what came before. So you can have...

Configuring basic personal preferences
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Configuring basic personal preferences provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Essential Training

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