Installing Leopard


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Installing Leopard

The very first thing we're going to do is install Mac OS X. We boot it from the disk and you see at the top of the window, it says: Use English for the main language. This is the language that I speak, and therefore that's what I'm going to choose. You select that, and then you click the Next arrow. At this point, you can read more information by clicking More Information, but frankly, if you want Leopard you're going to click Continue.

Here's the License Agreement. Feel free to read it but I'm not going to. In the Select a Destination window, you have a couple options. You can Continue or you can click on Options. When you do click Options, you'll see you have three installation options. The first is to upgrade Mac OS X. Now when you upgrade Mac OS X what happens is the installer will do its best to place the operating system on a Macintosh that already has a version of OS X. So for example if you have Tiger on there, OS X 10.4, the installer will place OS X 10.5 on ...

Installing Leopard
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Installing Leopard provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training

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Business
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Mac OS X
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